Category Archives: Education

Financial Survival Prep Guide for Students on a Shoestring Budget

Whether you are a student feeling the pinch of debt and itching to get a little bit to spend at the bar, or you’re trying to make ends meet and study too, stretching scholarship money, online credit rates or juggling … Continue reading

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Creating a Post-College Financial Plan to Stay Out of Debt

Millennials are finding themselves in unfamiliar territories after completing their college studies and starting the real life of looking for a job, paying bills and definitely paying off huge amounts of debts. The situation can get depressing if you are … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Find Money for College

Students do not have to stay at home simply because they do not have money to cater for their tuition fees and other college expenses. Given the cost of schooling at colleges, it worth trying some of the easy and … Continue reading

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10 Money-Saving Tips Every College Student Needs To Know

Earning money is a difficult task especially if you are a student. While studying in college or university, most students do not have time and possibility to have a full-time job as studying takes all of their time. Thank God … Continue reading

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Back to School Savings in September

Back to school shopping is traditionally a big event, but more families are saying, “Meh,” to it. According to a Deloitte study, 38 percent of K-12 parents say they don’t care so much about back-to-school shopping because they get what … Continue reading

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According to the CDC, 1 in 68 Children are Autistic

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, autism is becoming more and more prevalent: 1975: 1 in 5,000 children were diagnosed with autism 2002: 1 in 150 2012: 1 in 68 That’s a roughly 65 percent increase between … Continue reading

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20 Mind-Blowing Facts about Bill Gates

If asked what you know about Bill Gates, you would probably share the same information as the next person. He’s the richest person in the world with a net worth of about $80┬ábillion; he’s the co-founder of Microsoft; he is … Continue reading

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Free National Park Pass for All 4th Grade Students and Their Families

There are opportunities to visit national parks for free a few days each year, but if there is a child in your family going into the fourth grade after summer vacation, you have the opportunity to get into national parks … Continue reading

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New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks Free 2015 Printable Football Squares Chart

With the Super Bowl just around the corner, it’s common for people to begin getting ready for the game between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. One of the questions which often arises is, “How do you play Super … Continue reading

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Top 10 Highest Paid Private College Presidents

Have you ever wondered why private colleges and universities have such high tuition costs? Some say it is the facilities. Some say it is limited admissions. All of these are factors, but has anyone ever considered that it may be … Continue reading

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Einstein Comes to Life Through His Papers Online at Princeton University

Have you ever wanted to get to know a famous scientist? How about Albert Einstein? Well, now you have a chance, because Princeton University has made his works available – free of charge. It may sound a little too good … Continue reading

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Kids Are Tweeting #ThanksMichelleObama Showing Their School Lunch Pictures

In a world where we, as Americans, are constantly engaged in the struggle to decrease obesity and to try to get kids to eat healthier, it would seem that the First Lady is well within her means to effect that … Continue reading

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Your Child’s Healthy Lunch from Home May Be Less Nutritious than a School Lunch

School lunches often get a bad reputation as being unhealthy and impossible to eat, but evidence suggests this reputation may be unwarranted. Sending a lunch to school with your kids may actually be less nutritious than allowing them to eat … Continue reading

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Kickstarter Hit Kano Computer Building and Coding Kit for Kids Now Available for $149

The Kickstarter sensation that was promoted as a Lego-type kit for kids to build a computer is now available to the public. With a price tag of $149.99, the kid-friendly kit includes free shipping to most countries. The London-based company … Continue reading

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Why Are Some Schools Open on Columbus Day?

Here’s a question you are bound to hear from your child if they happen to live in one of the cities where students have to go to school on Columbus Day, “If Columbus Day is a federal holiday, why do … Continue reading

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Are You Curious About This Article? Being So Will Help Improve Your Memory

If you clicked through to read this article because you’re curious about what it will say about improving your memory, there is a good chance your curiosity in learning about it will help you do exactly that. You’ll be more … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street Strike Debt Retires Nearly $4 Million of Student Loan Debt

One of the offshoots of the Occupy Wall Street movement which has had a direct impact on individual lives is Strike Debt. This arm of the movement had a unique idea which has actually worked. The movement formed an entity … Continue reading

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Will Student Loan Debt Still Be a Problem for Seniors in Retirement?

Student loan debt is usually considered a problem of youth, but a report released this week by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has sobering statistics on the number of Americans who are still paying off student debt between the ages … Continue reading

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Use Labor Day Sales to Stock up on Office and School Supplies

Many people want to know what good deals are available during Labor Day sales. The first, and most important, thing to remember when doing any type of sale shopping is that if you weren’t going to buy it to use … Continue reading

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Intel and Michael J Fox Improve Parkinson’s Research with Wearable Gadgets

In another step into the market beyond computers, Intel has teamed up with the Michael J Fox Foundation to provide Parkinson’s researchers with a whole new level of access to their patients. Their idea involves using wearables, devices like the … Continue reading

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