Days are designated for schools that give levels depending on the quantity of time pupils sit in a class. The U.S. Department Of Education has approved financial help for a new self-paced, online learning faculty, where pupils show proficiency, rather than make credit hours in a term-long course. How is this possible? For example, instead of registering for an arts course, pupils are aimed to an Continue Reading about College News: Approval of Competency Based College
Another year is over and you're just getting back into the swing of things about to start a new year and a new semester at College. It's at this time of the year that we all start reflecting on the year that was and planning forward to the year that will be. What are some of your goals for 2013? Are you looking to simply get through your current College semester with good marks? Or are you Continue Reading about Welcome to 2013! What are your College Goals for 2013?
Are you struggling with Student Debt? Over the past three decades the cost of college has risen faster than both healthcare and the rate of inflation. Students feel they have no choice other than to take out costly student loans in order to afford their education. - Source EducationInsider.com We all know that it's becoming increasingly expensive to attend College, with the cost of tuition, cost Continue Reading about College Student Debt: EducationInsider.com speak to the real face of College Debt