Though the debate over class size is ongoing, research, in general, indicates that students tend to learn better in smaller environments. Yet, as state budgets are cut, class sizes are only increasing. Why Smaller Class Sizes? Since the 1970s, research has suggested that smaller class sizes lead to higher academic achievement in some situations, according […]Read More »
Germany recently opened higher education to Americans, allowing them to enroll in college courses and complete degrees at German institutions—all for free. This may seem too good to be true or a far-fetched and quixotic fantasy, but it is, in fact, possible to finish college without the debt to which American students are becoming accustomed. If […]Read More »
It’s not uncommon for a travel-minded college student’s eyes to light up at the thought of packing his bags and heading out of the country on a one-way ticket to teach English. Teaching English is indeed a great way to fund travel and studies abroad, and there are several ways to become certified and qualified to do […]Read More »
Most students go to college so they can get a good job once they graduate. If an individual wants to succeed in today’s economy and become part of the workforce, a diploma is increasingly necessary. Yet, the cost of enrolling in higher education is only increasing, and students are graduating with more and more debt each […]Read More »
As school budgets are cut and with the emphasis on math and science, many schools are forced to trim away at their art curriculum. The arts may seem like a fun break from learning and unimportant to student success in our technological world, but the arts play a very important role in the development of a child. Art is […]Read More »
Teaching English abroad is certainly one way to fund your life, travels, or studies abroad. If you’ve given the idea of teaching English abroad considerable thought, but feel like you want to know a little more about what to expect, this article will give you some additional insight. If teaching English overseas is something you’ve […]Read More »
Each country has its own model for education. In the United States there are a few types of colleges: public, private and for-profit. Within those categories, there are different kinds of colleges such as two- or four- year universities or online schools. Private Many colleges or universities are privately owned. Some have religious affiliations. These institutions typically […]Read More »
Teaching English abroad has become increasingly popular job route for native English speakers who want to travel. Teaching English can be a great way to earn income while abroad without having to rely on savings or other forms of financial way. The idea of getting paid to teach someone a language you speak at home […]Read More »
Adult education has always been an important part of the education system in the United States. States first took the lead in adult education, and the first federal legislation supporting these programs was passed in 1964. Since, the government has worked with states to continue expanding opportunities for adults who wish to further their learning. Continuing education […]Read More »
Today, Dual Language Immersion (DLI) programs are an increasingly popular model for bilingual education in K-12 education. In 2000, U.S. Education Secretary Richard Riley stated, “We need to invest in these kinds of programs… In an international economy, knowledge, and knowledge of language, is power.” Since then, the number of DLI programs in the U.S. is […]Read More »
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