Scheduling Reading Time

April 12th, 2009

Once you have your classroom library set up and ready for check-out of books, you are ready to work on your reading schedule. The main point is that you must establish an independent reading block every day. Ideally it would be at the same time every day, for a minimum of 30 minutes. Go to […]

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Handle Expenses for Your Collegiate Experience with Financial Assistance

March 23rd, 2009

College is obscenely expensive and becoming more so by the year. Not only is there the enormous cost of tuition, but students must also account for the expense of books, miscellaneous campus fees, transportation, dorm fees, and food. Online colleges aren’t cheap either. Some people’s parents can afford to pay for college, but others have […]

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Fund Your Schooling: Hunting Down Scholarships to Pay for Your College Expenses

March 3rd, 2009

Anyone can attend college, no matter how limited their financial resources, if they know how to obtain scholarships to cover the expenses. There are literally thousands of scholarship opportunities available for the taking. You simply need to find and apply for them. There are a variety of scholarship types, each given out for a slightly […]

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Masters Online Degree – Are Online Masters Degrees Just A Scam?

February 2nd, 2009

Improving your education is vital in today’s tough economic conditions especially from the view of job competition. For advancement purposes the availability of online degrees has made the choice to improve one’s portfolio almost a “no-brainer” with the convenience factor a big decider. Online Masters Degrees An online Masters degree will continue to put you […]

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