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Category: Education News

Teens use social media sites to choose a college

By James, April 26, 2010 1:11 am

Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace have often gotten a bad rap from educators as time-wasters. But is there a light at the end of the social media tunnel? Students are using social media sites to help with their college search: reading peer reviews of college campuses, chating about college admissions questions with fellow applicants and experts alike, and getting an inside peek into college life. Eve -- read the full article

Introducing Your Child To Reading

By Anna Green, January 29, 2010 2:01 pm

Today’s children are hit with information overload right from the start. With television and internet being a part of every household, there is little scope to do the things that kept children occupied in previous decades – reading or playing on their own or with friends for example. Still, reading develops a number of skills in children that are highly desirable, and will carry them f -- read the full article

Diversity and Enrollment in Higher Education

By James, January 28, 2010 7:09 am

Colleges and universities across the nation approach enrollment diversity in many different ways. Some schools actively seek to diversify their student body, while other schools maintain that academic excellence should be the most important factor when considering a student for admission. Currently, the University System of Maryland Board of Regents is considering the role that diversity plays in -- read the full article

Why You Need Cloud Computing Training

By Onslow, January 26, 2010 5:38 pm

In this world, if you are not internet savvy, you are not going to be able to create a huge internet inspired and based company.  The internet offers so many opportunities for a wide variety of people yet not everyone is taking advantage of some of the key tools that one needs to be a success in the internet world such as cloud computing training.  Many of you out there may have not heard about -- read the full article

The Most Powerful Educational System!

By James, January 4, 2010 10:28 am

All Educational systems in the world just fail in having good success rate between their students. The problem is not in the students. The problem is in the systems themselves. Then let’s learn what the most powerful educational system is. Actual educational systems are based on a regular testing system. The founders of this system want to track and test the student’s capability to assimilate -- read the full article

New social network Ullbe maintains contact between Students and Universities

By James, December 9, 2009 8:07 am

Ullbe.com is a free tool that offers to the average student the chance to discover the millions of education opportunities offered by educational institutes ranging from well known universities, community colleges, to technical training centers and more worldwide. We are eager to present the world’s first and fastest growing university and college database website www.Ullbe.com worldwide. Ullbe -- read the full article

Cosmetology Makes 2009 Best Careers List of U.S. News & World Report

By Onslow, September 29, 2009 9:26 pm

US News and World Report has just released its Best Careers issue and Cosmetology has once again made the newsmagazine’s top 30 careers for 2009 scoring high in job satisfaction and employment outlook. Cosmetology debuted for the first time last year after the magazine opened up the list to careers that do not require a college degree. In 2008, the magazine recognized that the U.S. job scene -- read the full article

Government of India and its new education policy

By Onslow, July 21, 2009 1:48 pm

Government of India and its new education policy Dalip Singh Wasan, Advocate. The new Education Minister, Government of India has floated a new education policy and the same has come under criticism.  None is happy and satisfied with this new policy and even states shall not be adopting this new policy.  On the other hand some new universities are coming forward and they are providing all the ba -- read the full article

A comparison between Federal and Private Student Loans Consolidation Rates

By Onslow, June 16, 2009 6:01 pm

There are a lot ofsorts of loans for students to take, such as Subsidized Stafford Loans, Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, Plus Loans for parents, Next students private loans, and Federal consolidation loans. Among them, Private and Federal are two sorts of loans that they all well  and pay much attention to. And one of the most essential things to consider in choosing kinds of loan is to make a comp -- read the full article

SIA License Training Courses London Birmingham Manchester

By Onslow, June 12, 2009 3:28 pm

If you want to make a career in security industry, you need to have a proper license and certification to be able to find employment. In today’s age of uncertainty and terror, security personnel are on an increased demand. To cash in on this demand, honest and people with integrity can look forward to a good and successful career in securing various areas. The Security Industry Authority or -- read the full article

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