Remember the Health Care and Education Act of 2010? Either way let me refresh your memory. President Obama signed this off on this law in March 2010 and then it took effect July 1, 2010. Among many things having to do with education reform, one the biggest benefits to students was that it would restructure… Read More


It’s no secret that the dollar doesn’t go as far as it used to, which means luxuries must often go by the wayside. But what is considered a luxury? Prior to 2008 getting a college degree, for example, was as common for the middle class as going to high school. But now that the middle… Read More


As government faces greater deficits and tries to cut the budget one of the first things to receive cuts is education. The government is facing over 12 trillion dollars in debt so the government has decided to limit the budget spent on education. As a result teachers are receiving pink slips, class sizes are getting larger because fewer classes are offered, and the cost of tuition is rising as the government pays less and the students are forced to pay more.… Read More