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The Need to have and Importance of Environmental Education

The next horizon for improvement is secondary school. In what follows, we will look at the needs and entitlements of children entering secondary school who have identified special education needs and those who are entering and later discovered to have a special education need. My child has been receiving extra help in primary school. What […]

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The Pell Grant: What It Is and Why It’s Great

While we have spent the past few blogs exploring the world of federal loans awarded through the FAFSA, it is important to also spend some time on other monies available to students via the FAFSA; monies that do not have to be repaid upon graduation. These typically fall into two categories: work-study and grants. This […]

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7 Things Nobody Will Tell You About Study Abroad

Find a doctor and ask him to tell you about medical school. Find a marine and ask her to tell you about boot camp. Find somebody who has done anything of some significance and see how complete a picture you get. Human beings have immense difficulty consolidating dramatic experiences. For something at least physically non-painful […]

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Nationally Recognized Student Organizations: The Greek System

As we move through our investigation of the benefits of membership to student organizations, it is important to remember that organizations come in all shapes and sizes. In the last post, we began looking at nationally recognized student organizations whose membership was based on academics. Today, we will wrap up our look at nationally recognized […]

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Number of Needy College Students Increases

It’s been found recently that the number of college students who aren’t able to contribute to their tuition is growing rapidly. With more adult students than ever before attending college while having families, independent students are in need of a great deal of financial aid and often can’t contribute to their own education. This is […]

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How to Start Your Own Student Organization – Part 1

In this past week, we have been looking at the different types of student organizations, from nationally recognized to major-specific to interest-specific. What if, however, you have browsed the student organizations at your school and have yet to find one that you want to belong to? Or maybe you already belong to an organization, but […]

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