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June 24 2017, 5:05PM PDT

K12: Are today's high school students really ready for college?

According to a recent study released by the ACT, they are not. Only 26 percent of students who took the ACT were ready for college-level work in all four-core areas, while 19 percent were not adequately prepared in any of them.

High School students need to have the proper support to be prepared for college. The schools need to have the resources and an environment that fosters learning. These factors and family support are some of the most important for the [Read More]

James Madison Fellowship for History Majors

Are you a history major looking to continue onto graduate school? The James Madison fellowship is a great opportunity for graduate students who plan to teach american history or social studies for junior high or high school students.

The fellowships are intended exclusively for graduate study leading to a master's degree. James Madison Fellows may attend any accredited institution of higher education in the United States. Each individual entering the James Madison Fellowship Program will be expected to pursue and [Read More]

News: Online Degrees are Becoming Mainstream

Did you know that approximately 65% of campus based undergraduate schools today also offer online programs? Just a few years back, online degree programs were regarded with skepticism. Were the programs valid and worthwhile? Were the degrees even "real"?

Today's online learning programs have come to be known as a great alternative to traditional campus based study. Not only are there more post secondary institutions offering online classes, they are also offering a wide variety of coursework. [Read More]

Aakers College Associates Degree in Office Management

Have you ever considered a career in office management but lack the skills and knowledge to obtain a job in the field? If so, you may be interested in learning more about the online Associate of Office Management program at Aakers College. Aakers College prepares students to excel in a legal, medical, or executive office setting, working side by side with Managers, Attorneys, Government Officials, or Medical Professionals.

The online AAS in Office Management at Aakers College is a 90-credit hour program [Read More]

ITT Tech Masters of Business Administration

One of the most popularly-sought online degrees, an MBA is a worthwhile and often essential degree for those interested in succeeding as a manager or executive in the field of business. If you've ever considered the benefits of earning your MBA but decided that you simply didn't have the time, you might be excited to learn about the online MBA program at ITT Tech.

At ITT Tech, your education in business administration will be cross-promoted with an education in technology in [Read More]

PCDI Career Diploma in Jewelry Design and Repair

Would you like to learn how to design and craft beautiful, custom jewelry pieces? Would you like to know how to repair broken jewelry and size rings? Do you want to develop your ability to work with all kinds of metals, gems, stones, and watches? If so, then you may be interested in earning a career diploma in jewelry design and repair from PCDI.

PCDI's distance learning course in jewelry design and repair will give you thorough, practical training in this exciting, [Read More]

Boston University Online Certificate in Entrepreneurship

It's possible that you are currently an entrepreneur seeking that extra competitive edge, or maybe you've just been looking for the right moment to act on your entrepreneurial spirit. Either way, the Boston University Online Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship will help you develop the skills you need to recognize opportunity and turn it into a successful business venture.

Designed and taught by experienced, distinguished professionals from the Entrepreneurial Management Institute at Boston University's School of Management, the Graduate Certificate in [Read More]

Virginia College Bachelor in Interior Design

Would you be interested in a career where you create pleasing, functional, and safe surroundings? If so, you may want to look into earning your Bachelor's Degree in Interior Design at Virginia College. Interior Designers work in a wide range of environments, including restaurants, hotels, stores, offices, medical facilities, and homes. They are not only involved with the appearance and d��cor of interiors, but also with developing plans and detailed design solutions, selecting materials, writing specifications, accessibility issues, building codes, architectural [Read More]


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