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Emily Lemiska is a writer and communications professional from Boston.
Before coming to the United States for university, it's critical that you understand how financial aid for international students works. Here's what you need to know. read more
College A offers you $45,000 in financial aid. University B only offers $20,000. College A is the best choice...right? Not necessarilyread more
If your financial aid package isn't up to snuff, don't panic. These eight tips will help you make your case for more aid.read more
Strapped for cash? There are many ways to reduce the expenses associated with visiting colleges both near and far.read more
To avoid losing out on precious college savings and protect your personal information, it's important to be aware of financial aid fraud. Here are some of the college money scams to watch out for.read more
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Pay attention, class. These are 11 of the wisest, most straightforward, and indispensable teaching tips you'll encounter as a new teacher. read more
Tuition assistance is a great perk. But it's still important to know what you're signing up for. read more
Before you begin applying to grad schools, check out this list of common application errors and, more importantly, ways to avoid them.read more
A degree in education is often seen as synonymous with a career teaching a classroom full young people. But the thing is, not everyone in education ends up in front of a blackboard.read more