Ivy League vs Public University

Is it worth to shell out or end up indebted for entering the ivy league if someone cannot afford it? There is evidence that selective colleges with high tuition do not necessarily bring in proportionally high paychecks or high profile career. Public schools can produce high skilled and successful professionals at a more reasonable cost.

Waning US Education

According to the figures presented here, literacy rates across the US are not of the most promising and the inefficiency of education system to adopt a more flexible approach to teaching methods is largely pointed out.

Higher Education Moocs 101

Are you familiar with the MOOCs? That is Massive Open Online Courses and the term mostly refers to higher education. Learn about the basics and the buzz that there’s been around lately.

Associate Degree Jobs

Are you wavering between 2 or 4 years of studies when you reckon with your wallet? No reason to worry. Holding an associate degree after 2 years studying, you can land a job with a decent or even above the average paycheck. Check which are the best and how they are paying off.

Academic Tenure USA

There are a lot of views on academic tenure these days. It was created for a good purpose, but is it being used as a license for poor teaching? Check out this infographic that explores tenure more fully and let us know your views by using our commenting system.

Entrepreneurial Education in the US

Entrepreneurial education in US has a history of more than 60 years with the first entrepreneurship course offered at Harvard in 1947. Have a look at the top 5 entrepreneurial schools across the US and find out 10 most met traits and skills of a successful entrepreneur.

Studying on a Shoestring

In the hard economic context, it’s more than common for students in the US to apply for a loan before starting with college. Studying on credit requires strict financial planning and management. Have a look at how student loan market breaks down.

Learning Disabilities US Satistics

Do you know how to tell learning disability? This infographic clarifies the scientific meaning of the term, presents some of the most common disorders of the school age and statistics regarding the impact of such handicaps on the life of sufferers.

What to Know About Languages

Do you like languages? This infographic speaks about some amazing facts and figures about languages.

Too Many Lawyers in America

This infographic represents the fluctuation of new law school students compared to graduates who have found work in the law field in America. New lawyers are getting redundant while the likelihood of law school clearings is increasing.

School Security USA

Have a look at some devastating facts regarding school safety and security in the US and how certain armed attacks have urged the enforcement of proactive measures against school violence .

Second Language Benefits

With 1 billion speakers, English is beyond any doubt the 1st option for language learning for non native speakers. However, speaking a second language is a big plus both for professional and general communication use. This report highlights 2nd language deficiency among Britons.

STEM Education USA

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and these 4 knowledge fields are the high hanging fruits for the education system in USA. According to this report native American labor falls far behind foreign job seekers in STEM skills. See what the improvement scheme involves.

Boys vs Girls Learning Differences

Facts show that girls take precedence over boys in terms of educational achievements even from the early days of schooling. Among the numerous underlying factors, experts point out 4 major causes for boys’ learning incompetence and suggest methods that can keep boys on the rail.

Masters Degree and Jobs

What it takes to excel in ice cream tasting, puppetry, vineal, revenue agency and more? No guess, a masters degree. But which one and how much would it yield in your monthly paycheck?

Stimulant Abuse College Students

Stimulants’ consumption by college students is on the rise. Though stimulants are speeding up brain activity, they do also cause increased blood pressure, heart rate and breathing. Thus, students put their health at stakes.

Technology in Special Education

See how technology gives disabled students new opportunities in education and the emerging challenge for the American educational system in terms of budgeting and funding.

Educational Systems Ranking

This presentation gets down to the 10 best and worst educational systems around the world and profiles 5 from each group based on prosperity criteria such as education access, quality and human capital.

Special Education Assistive Technology

Reportedly about 8,5% of American students are in need of special education programs due to certain disabilities. Technological evolution and digital devices’ boom has largely caused a shift in traditional teaching methods used for this group in the past. See how new technologies benefit special education programs.

Student Loan Debt Crisis 2012

Back in 20th century studying in American university would cost you around $75-$300. Now that $8,500 is the tuition bedrock for public 4 year college for in-state students, it’s quite ordinary that student loans are indispensable. But a big portion of borrowers default their payments and finally end up indebted.


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