Finding a school that is right for your child and that aligns with your values isn’t easy.
Today’s schools have become “overacademized” with Core Curriculum and standardized testing reigning supreme. Students are increasingly depressed, stressed, disengaged “screen zombies!” They deserve- and need- more!
85% of people report being unhappy in their jobs. This isn’t fair to anyone- allow yourself to shine!
A Higher Ed degree is more important than ever- yet only 45% graduate, and even more with loads of debt.
90% of students report that they didn’t get the individualized attention they needed for college and career advisement.
Life choices based solely on pure passion OR what simply “makes the most logical sense” can lead to regret.
As a young adult, I would have loved the type of guidance that I now offer to others, instead of having to learn the hard way for many years.
Student loan debt in the USA is now past the $1 trillion mark.
The culprits of the crisis are many, and they’re getting away with heinous infractions. Who are they?
I’ll never forget the day I received my first teacher evaluations as an instructor at the English Language Institute at the University of Buffalo.
“The secret of success is focus of purpose” – Thomas Edison
Yes and no, higher education experts say.
Getting accepted is just the beginning: how you adapt to college and what you do there is most important.
If I could go back in time, this is what I would tell my 18-year-old past self.
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Read about why choosing a college major doesn’t have to set your life in stone, written by Rebecca Grappo, seasoned international educational consultant