At the tender age of five, students begin to postulate about their future in the form of “When I grow up, I want to be ….” However, with a mere five-year experience with the world under their belt
Category: Higher Education
Many Americans are concerned about the exponential expenditures associated with getting a college education, and for good reason. According to a 2018 Forbes article, “the cost to attend a
Generation Z has many distinguishable qualities. One of the most unifying qualities of Generation Zers is their ability to deftly use any form of technology placed in front of them. Described as “digital natives”, this generation grew up with technology
Changing majors throughout college is incredibly common. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), “within 3 years of initial enrollment, about 30 percent of undergraduates in associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs who had declared a major had
One of the most common measurements of student success is a school’s graduation rate. The concept is that if students are doing well, they will persist through their programs, finish their classes, and earn their diplomas.
Whole Child Education, birthed in reaction to No Child Left Behind, assesses students’ learning environment from every angle. This form of education can help every type of student but can be especially helpful for students with trauma.
The United States’ racial demographic certainly doesn’t look the way it did at its inception. Our spritely, young nation has seen monumental waves of immigration as people all over the world make the trek in search of the American Dream.
There is a great deal of research about the role of personality and interests in learning behaviors and outcomes. How can educators and students alike use this information to their benefit?
Many U.S. citizens would be surprised to know that the U.S. Constitution does not mention education. In fact, American citizens do not hold the right to an education. While this may seem like a simple oversight, it makes a significant impact in the legal system.
Why are elite universities so expensive? With the average tuition rate of at least $50,000 at ranked private colleges in the U.S., future college students must make educated decisions about the schools they choose to attend.