This article takes a look at how deregulated internet could hurt America’s classrooms. While the true impact is not yet known, this includes interviews with teachers who give insight into what could be affected. “Now 94 percent of school districts in the U.S. have access to high-speed internet and more than 118,000 school and libraries use the E-rate program.”
The article provides college tips that can help you increase your productivity, your ability to excel, “develop a more effective mindset, and maintain a healthy state to ensure you enjoy your time at school”. These college tips are also great strategies that can be applied in your daily life. Take a moment to read!
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Brown University announced this week that the school will no longer provide loans to their students, only grants. This effort will help graduates have less debt upon graduation. “With this move, Brown joins about 15 to 20 four-year colleges and universities ― out of more than 3,000 nationwide ― that have a loan-free aid policy, including other Ivy League universities, such as Princeton and Yale.”
When college students come home over the holidays on winter break, it’s just too easy to fall into the “sit around doing nothing with your days, letting them mesh into one long continual nap fest”. This article provides helpful suggestions of things you could (should) do over your holiday break such as applying for scholarships and/or internships. Once you return to school, you’ll be happy you made the most of your break!
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College tuition continues to rise as does the overall cost of room/board. Housing has become a huge part of the rising cost of college. This article explores “buying real estate off campus may be a viable alternative to high rent and serve as a solid investment in the long term.”
Looking to apply to business school? This article shares advice from experts to help MBA applicants find opportunities to go to business school without having to pay on their own and presents examples of school-specific scholarships and fellowship opportunities.