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MOOCs aren't dead. More massive open online courses are giving students a shot at credit, though at a cost. http://ow.ly/NuWwE
More massive open online courses are giving students a shot at credit, though at a cost.
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Prepping for the June LSAT? Try to take a full exam – including an extra section – on a Monday. http://ow.ly/NrTuA
Try to take a full exam – including an extra section – on a Monday.
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It's not summer yet. High school juniors and seniors need to stay focused and avoid making these mistakes. http://ow.ly/NrShO
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High schoolers nationwide are exploring aviation and aerospace. http://ow.ly/Nrm6M
These ideas and resources can help educators who want to study flight in their classrooms.
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There are plenty of treatment options for PTSD that will help student vets cope with anxiety on campus, experts say.
Student veterans with PTSD should be able to succeed in college with adequate treatment and support. ;
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Nursing jobs are in high demand, and these awards help support necessary training, including advanced degrees. http://ow.ly/N6KNi
Nursing jobs are in high demand​, and these awards help support necessary training, including advanced degrees.
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In 2013-2014, an average of 11.2 percent of online bachelor's students were either veterans or members of the military, according to data reported to U.S. News.
In these 10 online bachelor's programs, more than 28 percent of students were veterans or active-duty service members in 2013-2014.
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Don't let these myths keep you from earning a graduate degree overseas. http://ow.ly/NrTdv
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Doing group projects in college can be stressful. Here's what online students need to make it work: http://ow.ly/NrR5G
Before starting a group project, online students should discuss group members' schedules and availability.<br />
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Set up automatic deductions to transfer money from a checking account to a 529 plan to ramp up college savings. http://ow.ly/Nc04r
Enlisting help from friends and relatives is one of the fastest ways to boost a 529 plan.
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People have to actually 'make' money to save it! The only #jobs  available are low-paying retail, fast food - who needs an education for THAT?
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Service members who plan to earn a bachelor's or a master’s degree may be better off paying out of pocket for community college and using the GI funding for the more expensive degree programs.
Student vets can build on their job skills and earn certifications quickly at community colleges. ;
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If you're nervous about funding your MBA, start preparing for b-school now: http://ow.ly/Ni3Xx
Planning ahead of time for school trips is one way future MBAs can ;save money.
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News You Can Use: U.S. News & World Report: Education News and Rankings
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Why do we rank colleges and universities? We do it to help you make one of the most important decisions of your life.