Do kids of College Graduates really eat healthier? Add another benefit to the growing list of reasons to obtain a college degree. If you have a college degree your kids will eat healthier? A study by the University of British Columbia concluded that children of adults with a college degree, or have completed some post-secondary…
Online courses have helped to bring education to the masses, but there are still some obstacles and growing pains that can cause problems.
It’s tough being Johnny Manziel.
It seems that every students who walks into a classroom these days has some kind of new device to help them with their education.
Many schools encourage prospective students to sit in on a course in their field of interest before making any major decisions about where they’re going to spend the next several years of their life.
Wikipedia was once thought of as a second-rate reference tool.
Public universities in California are beginning to turn to online education as a means of reaching more students and cutting tuition costs.
It seems like almost every college student has started tweeting out their thoughts in 140 characters or less.
Colleges need to change with the times in order to give their students the skills necessary for success in the modern workforce, and some institutions are embracing new waves of technology to do just that.
Results from the 2012 Survey of Online Learning were recently released to the public, and the findings show that more students are taking advantage of online education.