Woman-to-woman advice on graduate school

There are many factors to weigh before attending graduate school. “Should I enroll in a campus-based program or an online program?” “What are the admission requirements for the programs I’m considering?” “How much will graduate study cost?” “What are the…

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Giving iPads to kindergartners

Computers, SmartBoards, iPads, and other technologies are increasingly becoming a part of daily learning for kindergarteners at home and in school. It’s more common than ever to see a kindergartener — even a toddler — playing with Mom or Dad’s…

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World peace, mastered by 4th-graders

No challenge is too big for John Hunter’s fourth-grade students — even achieving world peace. Their tool is the World Peace Game, an innovative geo-political simulation game John developed that tasks students with tackling international crises and creating solutions to…

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And the winner of our latest Facebook sweepstakes is …

Last month, we celebrated National Distance Learning Week 2012 by creating an interactive infographic showing the evolution of distance learning in higher education. In our infographic, several higher education experts weighed in with their predictions on what’s next for distance learning and online…

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