2 Things Parents Can Do To Help Their Child Love Reading

Education & Development Blog

It is very important to know when your child is ready to learn to read and when you need to wait. Many parents get excited about their child being an early reader and push too hard too early. There is a lot of research that supports both early reading, and waiting until the child is ready. By mixing the two concepts together you can watch your preschooler to see if they are ready to read, and if not still foster a love for reading.

7 March 2017

Building Your Confidence As A New Driver: Don't Make It A Crash Course

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Although learning to drive is an exciting and liberating right of passage for most every teenager in America, automobile accidents are also their leading cause of death, making the actual learning process the real priority. Rather than looking at driving lessons as just an extension of another classroom where you need to satisfy a few requirements and quickly move on, realize the importance of what you're about to learn and how it may save your life and the lives of others.

7 March 2017

Tired Of Being A Store Manager? 2 Masters In Healthcare Programs That Are Perfect For Business Majors

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If you earned your bachelors degree in business years ago and now manage a retail store, then you may love your job or you may wish you had chosen another major entirely. If you wish you would have pursued a bachelors degree in the field of healthcare, then you may be surprised to learn that you wouldn't have to earn a second bachelors degree in the alternative field to make a career change.

7 March 2017

Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks: 3 Post-Retirement Education Programs To Help You Get The Most Of Your Golden Years

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Retirement can be a scary prospect for many, since it can often be one of the first times you've been truly free to do whatever you want since college. In order to answer the eternal retirement question of, "Now what?" many people turn to a surprisingly roundabout answer: going back to school. Attending a local college in order to learn a new skill or one that's always been more of a hobby is a great way to get a lot out of your retirement, and maybe even bring in some money doing what you love with your new degree.

2 March 2016