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Tips for Navigating the New World of Education

After high school, I went straight into nursing school and really enjoyed earning my Bachelors in Nursing degree. I worked as a nurse for many years and was happy with my income. However, I soon realized that I could be making more money if I furthered my studies and obtained my master's degree. I hesitated going back to college, though, because of the long drive I would have to take to the nearest college. One day, a colleague told me she was earning her master's degree online, which I didn't even know was an option. I was excited to learn that I could earn the degree I wanted without making that long drive to the nearest college to take classes. I am now eager to help others navigate the new world of education that has emerged in recent years. Come back often for new education tips and tricks!

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3 Ways To Improve Your Math Skills

If you are struggling with math, you can improve your math skills with a little more focus, practice and effort. Dedicating yourself to your math skills, and working with a math tutor, can be a great way to improve your math skills. Here are three things you can try on your own, combined with working on a tutor, to start making math class easier to handle. #1 Start By Mastering The Building Blocks Read More 

4 Reasons To Consider Continued Virtual Learning For Your Company

If you're looking for ways to make improvements in your business, you may be thinking about ways that you can give back to your staff. If you treat your staff well and they feel valued, they will be more likely to work hard and continue to help you grow your business. One way that you can help your business and your staff is by investing in virtual classroom solutions. Offering continuing education is a great way to make a difference. Read More 

Five Preschool Apple Games Perfect For The Fall Season

Creating fun preschool activities that relate to the different seasons of the year is a great way to keep the kid's attention. After all, season changes are pretty distracting, especially fall and winter when the changes are more drastic and exciting because they also remind everyone of the approaching holidays. To bring this excitement to the classroom, here are five preschool apple games that are perfect for the fall season: Read More 

Two Things To Do Before Picking A Preschool For Your Child With Special Needs

When your child has special needs, it can make everything about picking their first preschool a little more challenging than what it is for the average parent. You will be concerned about finding a program that can cater your child's individual needs more because the needs of your child can be so different from every other child in school. There are many great preschool programs out there for children with special needs, both private and public. Read More 

2 Tips For Eco-Friendly Driving Lessons

Many people worry about reducing the negative impact they have on the environment. If you are concerned with your carbon footprint, then you may worry that participating in driving lessons could prove to be problematic. Fortunately, there are some simple things that you can do to ensure your driving activities don't contribute to greater levels of pollution. Here are two tips that you can use to ensure your driving lessons are eco-friendly: Read More