Education careers are not what they used to be, leaving some to wonder: are teaching degrees even worth the hassle? Without a doubt, teaching is one of the most important careers in any community. Without good teachers, there would be no other professions. No one would receive the foundational knowledge they needed to proceed onto… Read More

Though a precious commodity, education has become somewhat of a costly investment. The price of education today has topped the charts and even surpassed some housing prices. The “per credit” costs can add up rather quickly and as a result many aspiring students find they need additional assistance to carry the financial load. The Federal… Read More

Fortunately, for students heading off to college, or those that are currently enrolled, there are several different sources of money to choose from to cover the tuition, books, room and board and other costs of college. Does the students’ academic success depend on who pays for their college—be it themselves, parents, scholarship or financial aid?… Read More

On October 3, 2011, the iPad will be a whopping 18 months old. Hard to believe, since it seems like the cute little device has been around forever, mainly because it quickly wormed its way into our collective consciousness faster than the pet rock. When it first came out Apple claimed that the iPad would… Read More

For the 34th consecutive year, the United Association for Labor Education is offering free summer education to working women whom belong to unions. The courses are tailored to meet the needs and interests of blue collar working women. The school is based on the women’s movement schools of the 1920’s. The first school was held… Read More

mother and child

Working women have come a long way from the days of when my mother was young. An orphan, my mother only went to school until the 4th grade. She can read and do basic math, but she was denied the full education that women today are entitled to. Once she reached the 4th grade, she… Read More