It is easy to find reasons to get an education. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that people who obtain only a high school diploma earn, on average, about $679 per week if employed full time. An associate’s degree
Finals are right around the corner, and if you haven’t started already, you should begin preparing for your final exams. Finals come in all shapes and sizes, but they will usually have a significant impact on your grade, so it’s
It’s the second semester of the school year, and you’re wondering what you can do to help your child improve their grades. Whether your child is struggling in class and really needs to make this semester count or needs that
Note-taking is one of the fundamental skills that students need to succeed academically. During the course of a school year, so much information is covered that it becomes near impossible to stay on top of things if you don’t have
Many students might think of summer as the time of freedom and a break from academic responsibilities. Summer should be fun, but what if you can use this time to ensure a better academic year to follow as well?
Why learn a dead language? A lot of people ask me this question thinking that Latin (and the Classics in general) is only useful if you want to become a teacher. While you are a lot more likely to be
Sometimes the hardest step in making progress is admitting that we need help. Hiring a tutor is not about incompetence at all, it’s about utilizing all the resources and tools available to help you reach your full potential. If you
When the world appears to be a quickening rat race to the top of a meritocracy, why study the arts? Research shows that students’ future success undoubtedly benefits from an in-depth arts education. At every stage of life, from school