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A Bipartisan Rarity: Democrats And Republicans Find Common Ground In State-Sponsored Education Bull Market
Aug 22nd 2022 | Posted by W. Ayers

A Bipartisan Rarity: Democrats And Republicans Find Common Ground In State-Sponsored Education Bull Market

Democrats and Republicans, whether those who represent either party in public office or their faithful constituents who vote them in, (almost) never see eye-to-eye.True story. In fact, that reality has stood the test of time within the world’s oldest democracy. And no more is it evident than in today’s circus show we call politics. Now, and perhaps more than ever before, the U.S. political divide is as vast as it is ridiculous. So much so, that almost nothing ever gets accomplished, especially o …
College-Bound Students Consider Their Mental Health Challenges As Key In Determining Which School To Attend
Jul 29th 2022 | Posted by W. Ayers

College-Bound Students Consider Their Mental Health Challenges As Key In Determining Which School To Attend

Not long ago, would-be college prospects often considered academic prowess and institutional prestige as primary indicators when choosing which college or university they planned to attend.However, such innocence has diminished over the years amidst the ever-rising expectations of higher education institutions in waiting. Factor in the social unrest plaguing the U.S. and the global pandemic now in its third year of invading the world, and you have a perfect storm of mental health deterioration p …
Narrowing The Equity Gap At Higher Ed Institutions
Jul 25th 2022 | Posted by W. Ayers

Narrowing The Equity Gap At Higher Ed Institutions

Recently, a new report was released that uncovered equity gaps in graduation rates among a number of 2-year and 4-year higher education institutions across the country.Researchers from Tyron Partners, an investment banking services and strategy consultancy for education institutions, who published the report, also uncovered significant differences in student support services between colleges and universities that narrowed disparities based on race and ethnicity.The report data was obtained using …
5 Reasons Why Video Games Are GOOD For Learning
Nov 10th 2021 | Posted by W. Ayers

5 Reasons Why Video Games Are GOOD For Learning

It’s often considered the biggest counter-productive distraction for young people ever created. A proverbial thorn in the side of parents since the very day they went against their morals and gave their children a way out of reality.Video games. Two words that make even the strongest of non-helicopter parents cringe in horror. It became such a nuisance in China that children there are now banned from playing them at all during the school week AND are only allotted 1 hour of playing time on Frida …
BarCharts Publishing and USI Partner to Create Part 107 Remote Pilot Study Guide
Apr 11th 2019 | Posted by W. Ayers

BarCharts Publishing and USI Partner to Create Part 107 Remote Pilot Study Guide

Recently, the Unmanned Safety Institute (USI), formally announced in a press release that it has partnered with BarCharts Publishing, makers of QuickStudy, to create their Part 107 Quick Study Guide & Field Manual. Set for immediate availability and constructed in a similar format as the durable, laminated reference/study guides found in the QuickStudy lineup, the Part 107 Quick Study Guide & Field Manual is a highly concentrated study reference providing all of the necessary content p …