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Improving Student Experiences on Your College Campus

Look at our strategies for improving student experiences on your college campus so that you can invest in ideas that help your students thrive.

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Creative Ways To Make Your Flyer Stand Out

Flyers are everywhere on college campuses. You’re likely to see a flyer anywhere from bus stops to hallways. Keep reading to discover how yours can stand out.

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Ways Educators Can Make the End of the School Year Exciting

Compared to most other professions, teachers spend a lot of time making lesson plans with the curriculum that they have to work with. This can be a pain if your curriculum requires you to churn out new material weekly that is engaging to your students.

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Why the Arts are Crucial for Education at All Levels

These days, a greater and greater focus is being placed on STEM academics (science, technology, engineering, and math), to the point where it seems as if there’s no longer a place for the arts. Whenever budget cuts need to be made in schools, it’s the music or theater department that is usually the first to suffer.

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6 Tips for First-Time Tax Filers

You’re all set to file your taxes, but you are feeling a little lost. You may be concerned about how you’ll know if you have to pay the government or not or be able to decipher all of the different tax terms.

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Helpful Life Lessons You Didn’t Learn in College

Choosing to go to college means making a decision to both further your education and grow your independence. But what happens when you graduate and don’t feel like you’re completely prepared for the real world?

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How are Mobile Apps Changing the College Campus?

App development is on the rise, and with apps, it becomes easier for businesses and educational institutions to leverage the best user experience. Helping the students achieve greater efficiencies is one of the targeted objectives of mobile apps today.

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More Than Book Smart: Tips for Teaching Your Kids to Be Emotionally Intelligent Too

One of the most overlooked predictors for a successful and happy life is emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is a person’s ability to communicate personal feelings clearly and understand the feelings of those around them.

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4 Tips for Making US History Lessons More Engaging for Kids

As a future teacher, you need to know how to reach and engage with all your students. And while you’ll get some tips in college, you don’t learn everything.

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How to Encourage Alumni Networking

When you run a school or higher learning institution, you will see students continually passing through your doors and going onto different career paths. However, rather than them all existing in their own separate universes, it is certainly worth getting them interacting closely with one another.

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The Place of Public Transportation in History

Public transportation. If you live off campus, you might need it to get to your courses. If you’re preparing to enter the workforce for the first time, you’ll probably depend on some form of it to commute.

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Why is Teacher Turnover So High?

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