Online Educational Resources


The Good and the Bad of Online Schooling

The Good and the Bad of Online Schooling

While online classes have been available through colleges and universities for quite some time, the idea of earning a degree without stepping foot in a traditional classroom is still fairly new. However, online schooling is gaining popularity as more and more people want to pursue higher education without having to quit full-time employment or drop their household responsibilities. Still, there are pros and cons to online schooling. To help you discover…


Selecting the Best Online School for Your Needs

Selecting the Best Online School for Your Needs

There are many reasons students enroll in online schooling. Whether you’re a full-time employee or a stay-at-home parent, getting an online education might be the best way for you to earn your degree without interfering with your current schedule and responsibilities. However, not all online schools are created equal. And with so many options available today, it can be difficult to select the best online school for your needs. But if…


Making Education Interesting For Students

Making Education Interesting For Students

Contrary to popular belief, Lorem Ipsum is not simply random text. It has roots in a piece of classical Latin literature from 45 BC, making it over 2000 years old. Richard McClintock, a Latin professor at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, looked up one of the more obscure Latin words, consectetur, from a Lorem Ipsum passage, and going through the cites of the word in classical literature, discovered the undoubtable source. Lorem…




Planning Your Education In Virginia

By Relocate to Richmond

There are countless reasons to move to Virginia. No matter what your needs are, Virginia has something for everyone. One reason a lot of people think about attending Virginia is for the sake of education. If you’re interested in getting a post-graduate degree, school system in Virginia is definitely worth considering.

Some prominent schools in Virginia include the University of…


Staging a Home for Sale in Virginia

Real estate in Richmond VA has risen roughly 3% annually since 2010, making the state capital some of the hottest real estate on the east coast. The area’s economy is diverse, including several Fortune 500 companies in addition to a mix of manufacturing and government jobs. It has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation.

The market is skyrocketing, with the median price of Virginia homes for sale settling…


Exciting Alternatives to Realty Sales

Most people with a realty license help buyers and sellers purchase and sell property. However, there are other opportunities for those with a real estate license. If you’re asking about other roles for licensed professionals, consider working as a property assistant or referral agent. These positions require some level of property experience and all benefit from the holder’s property license.

Agent’s Assistant

Licensed professionals with a desire to organize a successful…


Three Symptoms of Low Self-Esteem in Teens

Written by Wood Creek Academy

Low self-esteem: it happens to the best of us. While the average person deals with bouts of low self-esteem every once in a while, possessing little regard for one’s self on a regular basis can be harmful over time. Chronic low self-esteem can lead to depression as well as other behavioral problems down the line. It can lead to unhealthy relationships and low performance in…


Administrative Degree in Healthcare

Written by: American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Natural healing and alternative medicine are not bad words, and Western medicine is not practiced in a bubble. In fact the two often work hand in hand, where approaches like acupuncture seek to compliment medical treatments. Massages and acupuncture can relieve tension that pills cannot, and alternative medicine can actually strengthen the effects of common pharmaceuticals. The…




Higher education changes create 'huge amount of uncertainty' for students, potential for fees to change mid-degree

University leaders say there is a huge amount of uncertainty around what to tell prospective students who face potential changes to course fees part-way through their degrees. Original post:  Higher education changes create 'huge amount of uncertainty' for students, potential for fees to change mid-degree  Read More →


Build Better Teachers

The New York Times calculates that the federal government now spends $107.6 billion on education yearly, which is layered over an estimated $524.7 billion spent by states and localities (source: National Center for Education Statistics). Reformers have urged — depending upon where they stand ideologically — smaller class sizes, more accountability, merit pay for teachers and educational choice. Here... [Read more]


Abu Dhabi Education Council stresses on goals in new drive

For the start of the new academic year, the Abu Dhabi Education Council (Adec) has launched Where is your Journey Taking You?, a campaign that aims to encourage pupils to pay more attention to their studies. Children from kindergarten to Year 12 will be given a folder containing a notebook in which they are encouraged to write their goals in life and class schedules, name tags for them to … View... [Read more]


Louisiana governor sues U.S. over education's Common Core

By Jonathan Kaminsky NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal on Wednesday sued the Obama administration, arguing that it has coerced states into adopting Common Core education standards. “Common Core is the latest effort by big government disciples to strip away state rights and put Washington, D.C., in control of everything,” Jindal said in a statement. Jindal announced... [Read more]


Common Core: Bobby Jindal says Obama forcing a national curriculum

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) sued the US Department of Education Wednesday, accusing it of violating federal law and the US Constitution by strong-arming states into adopting the Common Core State Standards and assessments. “The federal government has hijacked and destroyed the Common Core initiative,” Governor Jindal said, in a statement. “What started out as an innovative idea to create... [Read more]