Not every student has the attribute for math. Having success with this subject takes patience and a willingness to learn. When asked what subject students like the most, math is at a very low percentile. However, studies show that math can accelerate learning for high school and ultimately college students. The more math classes a student takes in high school the better his or her chances of getting a college degree. Continue reading How To Help Your Child Succeed In Math
Many students graduate from college with a desire to matriculate into a master’s or specialty program. Most liberal arts students try to get their masters in English, history or education. Or students matriculate to get into a nursing, pharmaceutical program or medical school. Consequently, many do not achieve their academic goal. Continue reading A Degree But No Career
Regardless of opposing political opinion, a declaration that high school students “should” attend college is not government being invasive in the lives of citizens. It is instead, the aspiration of many, of which President Obama understands and is encouraging. Other private organizations understand this ambition and the restriction associated with it. Hence local and national organizations established a “challenge program” to help finance some college cost.