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Thanks to research by Lab42, we’ve finally got a sense of why parents flock to Facebook almost as much as their children. The big reveal? A lot of them are doing it to “spy”–which, of course, is a term we use loosely. Perhaps it’s a practical way of parenting in our digital age: a way to […]
By: Evan Thomas Without a post-graduation plan, graduating from college can feel like getting dropped out of a plane without a parachute. It’s scary. Knowing that you’ll be joining the demographic with the highest rate of unemployment in the country – 16 to 24 year olds – isn’t comforting either. So you’re probably scouring job […]
Finding a job has always been hard. Finding a good job is even harder. Finding a job you actually enjoy is borderline impossible. But if you search hard enough and long enough, you just might find the kind of dream opportunity you’ve been waiting for. And when that opportunity arises, you don’t want to screw up […]
The installment of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) was initially seen as a breakthrough step in helping all children reach academic proficiency standards while simultaneously helping to create better schools and educators. But as Bush’s education law celebrates its 10th birthday, many are finally realizing that NCLB’s promise was just too good to be true. […]
Sure, Obama’s plan to ease the burden of student debt is a great idea that could help over 7 million students. The real question, though, is whether you’re one of them.