Glitch by Heather Anastasiu Book Review

Summary: Zoel is glitching. She isn’t a mindless drone like everyone else around her. Zoel knows she is supposed to report herself—the Uppers might even be able to fix her—but for some reason, she doesn’t. When Zoel finds other people who are glitching, she learns that being able to think for herself is a freedom she can’t give up. Using […]

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Online University Degrees

Various online university degrees are offered to students who choose to have an online education. Online education is now widely accepted and continues to gain support from students who want to an alternative to conventional schooling. Some people are not yet open to the idea of studying online because of some negative ideas associated with it including less chance of […]

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Factors in choosing a program type

When deciding upon your future degree, the factors in choosing a program type are important to consider. You want to think about your future career goals and financial needs when choosing a program type, not just the present life you’re leading. You always want to consider the amount of schooling you’ll need to reach the career goals you set for […]

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Rena’s First Job

Rena’s First Job by Mike Dooley When I was sixteen years old my first job was at a $10 clothing store. I only worked there temporarily because it was a summer job. When I started the people were okay but after a period of time they became hateful towards each other. My boss would yell at us if we stopped […]

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Guardians of Their Spirit

Since the federal government in Washington DC took over education, we have been preoccupied with test scores and performance based learning strategies. Since the 1970′s one federally mandated program after another has been installed at the local level by men who are only concerned with creating a work force by instituting a series of repetitious rewards and punishments which result […]

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Millennials the Best Educated, Least Prosperous Generation

US public school students today are more diverse than ever before and are better educated than their grandparents and parents, according to new research published by the Pew Research Center’s Fact Tank. 2014 was the first year that the majority of students in schools were from minority groups. The research found that public school student populations will continue to be more […]

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