Archive for October, 2013
So it is your senior year. You cannot wait to graduate and get out of this town for good. But what then? Are you just going to travel until you find a job that suits you and settle? This is not the 70s anymore. People cannot just go off on an indefinite road trip, as idyllic as it may seem. The economy will not allow it. You need a plan. And before you poo-poo the idea of going to college, consider your options and the consequences of not going to school.
- The Value of a College Education
Nowadays, people are going to colleges for education not because they want a leg-up against the competition in the working world, but because they want to stay level with that competition. Everyone goes to college.
A bachelor’s degree is the new high school diploma. Even though it is
With most parents supporting their lifestyle through double incomes, figuring out who will watch and care for their young child or children can be a difficult task. Over half of the American mothers who put their children in day or child care work outside of their home. Parents sometimes worry about the development of their child if they are not raising them throughout the majority of the day. However, a recent study suggests that child care and day care programs may put these worries to rest.
The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development recently reported that there is a link between children who stay in child care programs and the development of their reading and math skills. Daycare and childcare programs often teach children the basics of reading, writing, math and even science. T