Recent statistics show that higher education institutions are reporting a 75 percent increase in demand for online education. In fact, one-third of all higher education students report they have taken at least one course online — reflecting the trend of people combining work with school. Demand also is up for the brick-and-mortar experience as well. […]
1.127 students taking part in a study to see any correlation between grades and social media. Through discussion on social nedia sites, some students independtly formed their own study groups, without the encouragement from their instructors.
People have sought out higher learning since circa 800 A.D. But that’s about the only thing that has remained the same. From who is enrolling to which degree programs are offered to where the best degree programs are located, education has vastly changed. The infographic below showcases many of those changes. Degrees titles have evolved […]
Flashcards – both the traditional and digital types – have become the subject of much debate among educators. So are they actually an effective learning tool?
The average student graduating from a four-year university pays about $100,572 dollars in total to the institution they attend. It seems like a lot of money and you wouldn’t be the first to wonder, where exactly is all of that money going?
The typical college student has changed a lot over the past few decades. No longer just an affluent, young white male attending a selective institution, the typical college student commutes, works full-time, and attends school on a part-time basis. The entire makeup of the “traditional” student is evolving to embrace people of all backgrounds.
This is a fantastic infographic for this time of year. Based on the 2010 Coldwell Banker Home Listing Report the following infographic takes a look at how some of the top college football towns rate based on average listing price and other demographic stats. Take a look and see how your favorite college football team […]
America prides itself at being THE BEST at a lot of things, but how do you think we measure up when it comes to education attainment? Look around you – wherever you are – office, coffee shop… How many of the people over 25 years old have completed high school? College? The answers will surprise […]
Imagine a young boy spent the time he should have been in school doing something else…
When deciding which college to attend, online or brick-and-mortar, you will inevitably be faced with the decision of small vs. big colleges. Does size matter? Here we give you the facts regarding both types of colleges so that you can decide for yourself which college is for you: small or big.