Posts Tagged:college choice

Tips on how to Have Your Child Truly Prepared for College

As we educators look at black graduation rates, we realize that it’s a two-fold situation. black graduation rates have risen over the years, especially for black women, but it is leaps and bounds lower when it comes to those of our white counterparts. The question is not why are our students not completing their education,…

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World University Rankings Announced: Fewer U.S. Schools Among the Elite

Original article found at Times Higher Education With 800 universities listed, the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings for the 2015-16 academic year are truly global. Compared with 41 countries that made the 400-university list last year, 70 countries are included in the most inclusive list to date. Countries such as Indonesia, Kenya, and…

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What You Need To Know If You Are Considering A Nursing Career

Obamacare is changing the face of healthcare, and with it, the nursing profession. Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering a career in the field of nursing.

What It Takes To Enhance African American Male Success In College Education

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10 Reasons Hip Hop Education Could Be More Beneficial Than a University Degree

There are white guys and girls who eat, sleep and breathe hip-hop; sounds weird? Well, you just have to excuse them since they are white, and they love hip hop: no apologies. However, hip hop education has been valuable to some in more ways than a formal education, and here are the top 10 reasons…

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A Guide To Help You Stay Connected With Your Teen

It doesn’t matter how close parents and children were before they entered high school, the tension can mount and the temptation is to drift apart. It takes a concerted effort on your part to stay in touch with their world. They are naturally moving toward independence and we are naturally grasping to keep them from…...

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Real Talk: Advice for Those who Want to Pursue a PhD

As I embark on the completion of my first semester as a PhD student, a lot of new questions have come to mind that might benefit those of you who are seriously thinking about pursuing a PhD. In the Black community, unless you have the amazing opportunity to be exposed to academically successful circles, we do not…

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Are For-Profit Schools Worth Your Time?

This story originally found at CNN Money Going to college is not cheap in any sense of the word, unless you receive scholarships, grants, or have the money to actually pay for it without student loans. One can chose to go to a state college, a private college or Ivy league school, a technical school,…

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Peer Pressure and College Applications: Choosing the Best School for You

With everything high school students have to think about before they graduate, and everything they need to prepare for during this time, peer pressure is not something they should also have to deal with. But, the reality is that peer pressure is something that students have to endure on a daily basis. In addition, high…

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