Reasons To Choose Online High School

Jan 5, 2018 by

geek_smallInteracting with friends at lunch break, attending prom night, and moving over the school stage at the time of graduation isn’t something students would easily give up, but for a growing number of youngsters, the advantages of signing up for an internet high school are definitely worth it. More and more people who didn’t finish high school simply opt for online high school classes or, what has become very popular, online GED classes and the whole process of preparing for the GED on this website, there are so many videos and mini-tests. Awesome stuff.

Why would they forget about conventional brick-and-mortar high schools and turn to online learning? Here you can find the primary motives why these youngsters, and their parents as well, decide for an online high school.

– Teenagers use an Online High School/GED to compensate missed credits

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Revisiting Proposition 54 – collecting racial information

Dec 29, 2017 by

Affirmative Action

Some years ago, a Supreme Court case involving an applicant who brought suit alleging that the admission policies of the University of Michigan were discriminatory renewed a heated national discussion on affirmative action, race-based preferences and the merit of diversity criteria in schools and workplaces.

While the Supreme Court’s decision upheld the use of race as a consideration in admissions, nuances of the article led to a revision of the University of Michigan Law School’s admissions policies.

On one hand, opponents of affirmative action argue that the Constitution is designed to protect individuals rather than groups; on the other, reformers point to the historical legacy of discrimination, slavery, and imperialism that has left many groups without equality of opportunity due to discriminatory practices that remain poignant in statistical measures of educational and economic success.…

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Percentage of black students graduating in engineering is rising

Nov 6, 2017 by

The percentage of black college graduates majoring in engineering fields has increased from less than 2% to more than 12% in the past 30 years, a U.S. Department of Education report says.

The study compares transcript data of 22,000 to 30,000 students from each of three high school graduating classes — 1995, 2005, and 2015.

Blacks are the only ethnic group with a sustained increase in engineering majors, from 1.7% of the class of 1995 to 6.1% in the class of 2005 to 12.6% in 2015.

By comparison, 4.4% of Latinos in the class of 1995 went into engineering; that increased to 10.7% of the class of 2005 but dropped to 7.5% for 2015. Among Asians, 10.1% in the class of 1995 majored in engineering; that doubled to 20.2% in 2005 but dropped back to 10.8% for 2015.…

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Standing Strong: Saying No to Shady Gigs

Jul 3, 2017 by

A few months ago a potential client made me with an offer. Now, as a freelance writer who spends an hour every morning browsing online job boards, I have to admit it was flattering to have a client approach me, rather than the other way around. The pay was good, and the workload, while certainly heavy, was manageable.

I turned them down.

Did I do this because I have so many clients I can pick and choose my gigs? Hardly. Am I financially well off? I wish I was — turning down this client made making rent difficult.

No, I turned them down because the client’s product violated my Three Big Don’ts. 

Three Big Rules

When I started writing online, it quickly became apparent I’d be working for a wide variety of clients. One week I might be writing articles …

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Student Loans For College

Jun 6, 2017 by

A college education mау ѕееm trivial tо ѕоmе but tо nоt tо mоѕt people whо wаnt tо achieve a bеttеr status in life economically аnd socially. Globalization hаѕ made education vеrу important bесаuѕе оf thе increasing

A college degree hаѕ bесоmе a prerequisite in gеtting bеttеr work opportunities in аnу field оf discipline. Thе lack оf a college degree саn thuѕ put a person аt a disadvantage еѕресiаllу whеn hе iѕ applying fоr a job аnd hiѕ competitors аrе аll college graduates.

It iѕ common knowledge thаt thе income оf people iѕ directly proportional tо thе degrees thеу hаvе achieved. Thus, a college graduate hаѕ bеttеr chances оf gеtting a high paying job thаn a high school graduate. On thе оthеr hand, thоѕе whо hаvе masters’ degrees will dеfinitеlу hаvе higher incomes thаn thоѕе armed with college degrees.

However, gеtting …

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