Infographic : The 7 Types of Millennials

What is a millennial?

If you are one of the 80 million people in the United States born between 1982 and 2000, welcome to the most diverse generation the country has ever seen.

The following infographic explores the 7 types of millennials you might identify with.

Which one are you?

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Infographic : The 7 Types of Millennials

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Infographic : Teaching with Tech

Learning disabilities and special needs can be challenging for parents and educators.  Thinking outside the box, and coming up with new ways to implement learning is a constant process.  Educators are beginning to discover that traditional learning methods, including worksheets and textbooks, leave students lacking.  Thanks to technology, students are now learning-and retaining-more information than ever before.  http://www.masters-in-special-education.com has created an infographic entitled “Teaching with Tech: The Use of Technology in Special Education”, which outlines how educators and parents are using technology to help children with special needs and learning disabilities.

Infographic : Teaching with Tech

Internet Safety: Online Threat Facing College Students, Identities and Credit Cards

With wifi, smartphones and broadband available almost everywhere, college students are constantly connected to the web. While the internet has simplified some aspects of life, providing greater access to information, in some ways it has complicated the life of the modern day student. This is especially true when looking at the risks that increased internet usage can pose.

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Internet Safety: Online Threat Facing College Students, Identities and Credit Cards

Summer Opportunities for Students

With summer fast approaching, large numbers of high school and college students are searching for summer jobs, beginning an internship or enrolling in summer school. Other students choose to use summer as an opportunity to sleep in, hit the beach and take advantage of a carefree lifestyle.

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Summer Opportunities for Students

Why America’s Education Isn’t Worth the Money

America spends a lot of money on education, and the announcement of the 2013 budget plan is no exception. With a projected $1.7 billion increase from last year’s education spending plan, the U.S. government will continue to have the priciest school spending on the globe, outranking every other country in price-per-student costs. From specialized classes for lagging students to sophisticated technology in kindergarten classes, the U.S. government is committed to spending whatever it takes to give kids a top-notch education.

But despite this spending, American students just don’t seem to be measuring up. Outscored by nations who spend far less, public school students in the U.S. don’t seem to be making any headway. Test scores, graduation rates, and general student achievement have all stagnated in America since the 1970s, and ACT scores have begun to decline. So when American students fail to achieve year after year, the question arises: Exactly what is that money doing for America’s education?

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Why America's Education Isn't Worth the Money