Young Entrepreneurs

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Have you ever thought of running your own business? If you have you probably didn’t think it possible until you finish school or college. Well you don’t need to finish school to start your own business, nor do you need to finish college. You can have a part time business that you can manage in […]

Student Voice

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Student voice is the term used to embody and characterize the specific behavior and distinct perspectives of young people across various learning institutions that focus primarily on education.  It empowers students and endows them with the ability to influence learning to integrate contexts policies, principles and programs. Student voice represents the individual as well as the collective outlook […]

EPA Environmental Center for High School Students

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The Environmental Protection Agency Center for High School Students is an initiative that encourages all high school students in the United States to learn about the environment and actively participate in taking care of their surroundings. It is a resource center for students who are interested in protecting their environment. The main areas of concern that the Center […]

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, […]