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Bee Campuses Across the Nation Are Improving the Environment for Students and Pollinators

Online Learning Grows in Popularity and Prestige

Early Adopters of Online and Distance Education Continue to Innovate

How Summer Internships Can Change Lives

What Are America’s First Coed Colleges Doing Today?

Tuition-Free Programs are Real

Colleges in America and Ecuador Team Up to Study Dengue and Zika

How University of Arizona Is Solving the Food Crisis

University of Michigan Teams Up With City of Detroit to Tackle Poverty

What’s Up With Steve King’s Education Bill?

Will charter schools, homeschooling, and vouchers take the place of public schools? Back in January, Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) introduced a bill that would change the nature of government involvement in education. It’s called the “Choices in Education Act of 2017,” or H.R. 610. According to education policy expert Christopher Lubienski, while the bill would […]

The Common App Essay: How to Get into College With Less than 800 Words

Are you writing your Common App essay? Wondering about the Common App essay prompts? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s start with what success on the Common App essay could look like. In 2016, Brittany Stinson was accepted into five Ivy League schools—Yale, Columbia, UPenn, Dartmouth, and Cornell. These schools have less […]

An Introvert’s Guide to Making Awesome Presentations

Introversion is a funny thing, isn’t it? Some folks just get charged up around people while others are totally drained by them. What’s an introvert to do when he or she has to work in a group, create a presentation, and deliver it in front of critical throngs of viewers? Better get prepared. You’re born […]