Tag: education

Amazing Cost-Saving Discounts Every Teacher Should Know About

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Content Marketer, ValuePenguin

If you're entering the teaching profession, you'll likely need to take advantage of any cost-saving measures you can find. Here are several discounts and benefits for teachers and others on a tight budget. read more

The Big List of Fun, Non-Academic Summer Activities

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Author, Educator

We all know students should read more over the summer, but what can you do to enhance learning without breaking out the books? Here are a few ideas! read more

How I Finally Chose My College Major

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Renee considered several different majors throughout elementary and middle school. Here's how she finally chose American Sign Language Interpretation and Education, plus her advice to help you choose the right major for you. read more

5 Ways to Help Your Students Improve Their Writing

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Cofounder, Director of College Admissions Counseling, One-Stop College Counseling

Have your seniors' college essays seemed a little lackluster lately? Here are five ways that counselors can help students improve their writing skills for college essays. read more

Why You Should Consider a Degree in Education

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

If you're looking for a major that will let you change the world, one with endless possibilities, consider majoring in Education. read more

5 Little-Known Things About Teaching Elementary School

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Thinking of being an elementary school teacher? Here are five secrets about teaching at this level to help you figure out if the job is right for you. read more

What Students Should Know About New Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

On February 6, Betsy DeVos was confirmed as the new US Secretary of Education. Here's what students should know about her and the controversy surrounding President Trump's pick. read more

Motivation Monday: Giving Meaning to Monotonous Student Tasks

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Students endure a ton of tedious tasks, from homework to scholarship apps to classes you just don't want to take. Sometimes you might think, just what's the point? Here's some motivation for when you're having one of those days! read more

Spotlight on Major-Specific Scholarships

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Freelance Writer

When you declare an area of study, you'll be able to increase your financial aid options even further by taking advantage of major-specific scholarships. read more

Ornithology: A Field for All Interests

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Student Writer

If "bird" is your word, majoring in ornithology could be right for you. And you might be surprised by the range of careers that are available in the field! read more