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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.
As the cost of textbooks skyrocket, students are looking for alternative options now more than ever. But does the “death of print media” mean a textbook revolution is around the corner? And what would that mean for your wallet? Click and find out. Plus, the infographic is pretty.
Thanks to the folks over at HackCollege.com, you can now harness the real power of Google. Read it carefully, because your mind is about to get blown.