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New Rules for Spanish Speaking Preschoolers have Many Concerned.

New Rules for Spanish Speaking Preschoolers have Many Concerned.

New rules, which are expected to sail through the legislative process in time for the 2010-2011 school year, will affect hundreds of thousands of Illinois students. Old laws regarding preschoolers had no mention of English instruction. Soon, it will be required that pre-schoolers be educated according to the same standards as K thru 12th grade. continue reading »

What does it mean to be reflective?

What does it mean to be reflective?

As a rule we are busy people. Our lives are hectic and filled with all kinds of responsibilities that require our attention almost every hour of every day. It is difficult to get a moment to our self, to catch our breadth or to just slow down for a bit. continue reading »

The Pros And Cons Of Getting An Online Education

The Pros And Cons Of Getting An Online Education

Without a post secondary degree nowadays, you stand no chance at getting a job. This is because a university degree is the new high school degree - since everyone has one, it has become the new bare minimum employers look for. It won't be easy for many students to even get accepted to a post secondary institution due to limited space in classrooms, let alone trying to pay for the steadily rising costs associated with such an endeavour. continue reading »

Higher Education Officials Join Growing Numbers Calling for Immediate Action on DREAM Act

With commencement ceremonies taking place nationwide, the reality that a dead end looms ahead for an estimated 65,000 undocumented high school graduates is of concern to national organizations who today issued a call to action on the DREAM Act (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act of 2009 - DREAM Act, S.729, H.R. 1751). continue reading »

Hispanics, High School Dropouts and GED

Just one-in-ten Hispanic high school drop-outs has a General Educational Development (GED) credential, widely regarded as the best “second chance” pathway to college, vocational training and military service for adults… continue reading »

Parents as Partners in Reading

Hispanic parents care deeply about their children’s success in education. In many situations, however, Hispanic parents do not have a strong grasp on how to best support their children’s learning in school. continue reading »

Going Back to School: A Balancing Act of Time

How is it possible to add more to your already busy day? How can you go back to school and still do the things that you need to do each day? Can you just squeeze a little more time out of an already action packed schedule? continue reading »

Get a Degree It’s Good for the Neighborhood

I think that it is common knowledge that a college education, a four year Bachelor’s degree, is good for you as an individual and good for your family. With a Bachelor’s degree your career opportunities and job mobility increase. continue reading »

College Preparation for Average Students

In fact a staggering 95% of the students in our country have an average grade score of a B at the very best. But this by no means suggests that all hopes are gone for these students. continue reading »

Returning to School as an Adult

School days have changed rather dramatically in the last 10 or so years. School, particularly higher education, is no longer just for the kids. “School” can take place just about anywhere, in the community, in hospitals, in companies, in social service organizations, not only in schools. continue reading »