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Is The Federal Government The Best Way To Refinance Student Loans?

Leaving graduate school behind with a hefty student loan debt can be overwhelming, but by leaving with a professional degree, you made an important investment in your career and future, an investment that will
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Building Credit As A College Student: The Facts

One of the best things about growing up is the thrill of independence, moving out on your own, attending college, being responsible for everything you do (good or bad) for the first time in your life. With this
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Tips For Managing Your Student Loan Debt (Consolidate!)

Whether you’re just starting college, or are a recent graduate, student loan debt is a subject that’s sure to be on your minds. Following are some personal finance tips that can either help you avoi
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Expanding Your Teaching Horizons…Or Your Border At Least!

Gaining international experience is one of the great things about teaching. You can build up your knowledgebase and then apply different techniques in the classroom to help students better understand the lesson
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Is Teaching In Canada For You?

Canada, along with Finland, has one of the best education systems in the world. Like many countries, they take a more student- oriented approach and have a systematic plan in place to make sure they attract the
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Attorney Salaries To Rise 3.1% In 2014 As Other Legal Services Go up 2.7%

A recent report published by attorney Robert Half suggests that starting salaries for attorney’s across the board will rise 3.1% in 2014. This is good news for a job market that has been dismal to say the lea
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How Intelligent Do You Have To Be To Get A Career In Intelligence?

Jobs in the CIA are often left out of the normal equation of careers. It is often believed that in order to get hired by the the agency, one must be extremely intelligent. However, a massive IQ is not always ne
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Are We Seeing A Shift in the Way Teachers Are Trained

The Rise of the Online Teaching Degree Studying the landscape of America’s teacher training system, it is shocking to see just how prevalent graduates of online programs are in today’s classrooms. T
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Is Canada’s Increase In Education Spending Helping?

Canada’s increased spending in many school districts is intended to increase students’ learning. But is the extra money actually having an affect on the students? The answer depends on where the mon
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The Strenghts of Canada’s Education System

Oh Canada, We Have a Quality Education System Is there a secret formula for the education system in Canada? Our country has an education system that produces students who are some of the highest performers in t
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Canadian Teachers Union Says CCCE Report Is Pushy

The Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) recently released a report that may hold some bad news for Canadian teachers. In the report, representatives claimed that Canadian teachers’ pay should be b
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Should Canadian Teacher Salaries Be Performance-Based?

With authorities talking about creating a performance based salary schedule for Canadian teachers, many educators and parents alike have raised doubts about this potential system. Each side of the argument make
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Fun Alternative Jobs to the Standard Go-To-College Careers

For those who are not looking forward to the standard 9-to-5 job, there is a world of opportunities available if you are willing to look and persevere. In fact, the days of the standard office job may be on the
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Forensic Science Degrees Become More Popular, Colleges Staying Ahead

The world of forensic science is certainly well known to network TV watchers with the many programs dedicated to this exciting field. The result is that interest in becoming a forensic scientist has boomed in r
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How Early Is Too Early To Start Kids In Education?

There is controversy over the appropriate age for a child to start his or her education. Many parents start their children in preschool between the ages of three and four. Preschool offers educational classes d
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An Honest Look at a Teacher’s Salary

Public school teachers are commonly regarded to be underpaid and overworked. However, many factors go into determining the overall pay of any worker. If we are to take an honest look at a teacher’s yearly
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How Do The Requirements To Teach In Canada Differ From The US?

Canada has many rules and regulations with regards to becoming a teacher. The overall process in Canada is similar to the path taken in the US; with a few minor differences. The difference in educational requir
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Canada Offers Educational Opportunity To Latin American Countries: Brazil, Peru

Peru, an eclectic and exotic country, is home to some of the most unique historical sites in the world. Their most famous historical site, Machu Picchu, is one of the current Seven Wonders of the World! Machu P
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Canadian Paralegals Responsibility Increases, US Do Not

People working as paralegals understand a thing or two about support; one of their major job functions is to assist and support attorneys on a variety of issues. They have to be versatile, well-educated, and ab
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Neuromyths: The Achilles Heel Of Canadian Education

Canadian educators are misinformed about one very important subject: the brain. One of the things that holds educators back when looking at making real change within the educational system is the fact that they
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35,000 Sq Ft Good Samaritan Hospital Forges Relationship

Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Corvallis, Oregon is the main medical facility of Samaritan Health Services, which serves the Oregon communities of the mid-Willamette Valley and central Oregon Coast,
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Making The Most Of Your Gap Year Before University

From Princeton to Tufts and Harvard to MIT, many of the most prestigious universities in the world are starting to urge high school graduates to consider putting off college for a gap year of much-needed d
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Teacher Education In A Multicultural Society – Dr. Etta Hollins

Dr. Etta Hollins discuses teacher education in a multicultural society.
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Inspirational Quotes For Students

“Even if you fall on your face, you’re still moving forward.” – Victor Kiam Source: Going Forward @ KeepInspiring.me “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him
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The State Of Ontario’s Education System

Author of “Failing Our Kids”, Charles Ungerleider, gives his thoughts on the state of Ontario schools.