Student Scholarship Scams

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Financial aid is becoming more of a necessity nowadays with the financial recession taking place. Genuine students in need of help may fall victim to unscrupulous individuals making promises of tuition grants, causing frustration in many potential undergraduate and graduate students. Below is some valuable information about scholarship scams that you will need to know […]

Where to Look When Searching for Schools, Colleges and Libraries

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Looking for a school is one of the most trying experiences in any individual’s life, because one has to weigh in a lot of factors when making the choice for or against any particular institution. Several aspects are generally considered when choosing a school or college. First, deciding on private or public institutions of learning […]

Learning Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers

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There are numerous free learning resources available for students at all levels of learning. Such resources are especially found online, and they can be easily accessed by teachers, parents and students to help aid learning. One comprehensive source of learning materials is the Federal Resources for Educational Excellence or F.R.E.E. in short. This website contains […]

Online Grade Point Average Calculator

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Online GPA calculators are used to determine the present high school, college, or graduate school grade point averages and to determine what the future GPA is likely to be. This way, a student is able determine what he/she needs to get in order to raise the GPA to the level he/she wants it. Online GPA […]

Which High School Students Are Most Likely to Graduate From College?

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A recent research discovered distressing signs that demographic factors such as gender, race, and parental education play significant roles in ascertaining a student’s fate, no matter how studious or hardworking the particular student may be. Those from families with below-average earnings or whose parents didn’t finish college, are the ones failing college at disproportionate rates, […]

Dealing with Slumping Grades: Quick View over Causes and Signs

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Health problems. Make sure that you have your teenager examined by a physician as soon as possible. Depression. If your teen is severely depressed, he or she won’t care about their grades anymore. This can also be a cry for help and your teenager may be considering suicide. Again, it’s imperative that you have your […]

Bullying in Schools

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Bullying in schools is a problem that is at last receiving the attention it deserves. Schools are a microcosm for society as a whole. The division of power in a school is divided into those with it and those without. Now, there is benevolent power, the kind we hope our leaders have and use, and […]

What to look for, in a College?

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Also, in evaluating the cost, decide whether or not your teen can afford to live on campus somewhere, or if he or she will have to live at home and commute to a local school. Student Body Size  If your school district is relatively small, your college freshman might be overwhelmed at a college or […]