Category: Education


  • The Comprehensive List of Coronavirus Resources (300+)

    Here from the “wrong side of the curve” it’s starting to look like the world’s inaugural Coronavirus season may last for a number of months. Coronavirus has already influenced many, many aspects of our lives and has introduced the notion that we’re experiencing a once-in a lifetime scale event. Nearly everyone on the planet is […]

  • The 30 Most Important Twitter Influencers in Business for 2020

    Business has been transformed by social media. In fact, it’s safe to say that thanks to social media, all business is marketing to some degree. Today’s business leaders (i.e., top business influencers) have many platforms from which to speak or to author significant narratives that speak to the importance of social media influencers in business. […]

  • Dorm Room Jobs

    10 simple businesses you can start from your dorm room

    Facebook, Dell, Napster. What do those three businesses have in common? They all started in college dorm rooms. While most college students are not going to start the next Facebook in their door rooms, they can pick up some decent spending cash and even pay for their tuition, room & board, and other college expenses, […]

  • Donald Trump final exam test question

    A final-exam question about Donald Trump got this teacher suspended

    Florida public school teacher Malik Leigh was suspended from their post at Palm Beach Lakes High School (PBL) after they asked what an administrator called an inappropriate question about Donald Trump on a final-exam Palm Beach Post columnist Andrew Marra reported that the teacher placed the following question on a final exam: If a Donald Trump […]

  • Michael Vaudreuil graduates from college he was janitor at

    54-year-old janitor graduates from college he cleaned for years

    Michael Vaudreuil’s college experience is different than most students. While he learned from the same teachers during the day, he spent his night’s not studying with his fellow classmates, but rather cleaning the same chalkboards he learned on. The Washington Post reports that Vaudreuil was running a thriving plastering business for 24-years but that business […]

  • Obama student loan forgiveness for people with permanent disabilities

    President Obama is forgiving student loans for 400,000 people

    The Obama administration is working to forgive the student loan debt for 400,000 Americans with permanent disabilities. The move will help safeguard those individuals’ Social Security payments. The Education Department on Tuesday announced a new process to better identify hundreds of thousands of borrowers who are eligible to apply for the already existing federal loan-forgiveness […]

  • Detroit Community College free tuition

    Detroit’s community colleges are offering free tuition

    Detroit high schoolers who choose to attend one of the cities five community colleges will not pay a single penny to attend college. The Detroit Promise Zone program, officially launched on Tuesday and is fueled by funds that will first arrive from a private scholarship foundation. Starting in 2018, some of the money will come […]

  • Stanford acceptance rate

    9 US colleges that are harder to get into than ivy league schools

    If you apply at Harvard, Columbia, Yale, and various other ivy league schools, there is a very good chance that you will not be accepted. Ivy’s are known for accepting well below 10% of all applicants, and typically students must achieve some very impressive testing scores and offer plenty of community involvement before they are […]

  • University of Chicago

    University of Chicago is getting a $50 million gift

    Venture capitalist Michael Moritz is gifting $50 million to the University of Chicago. The money will be used to benefit low income students. Moritz, chairman at Sequoia Capital, and his wife, Harriet Heyman, are funding a support program for “lower-income students with outstanding potential,” the university announced. The university says the donation is part of […]