Since the creation of the GI Bill after WWII, military veterans have been guaranteed a chance to earn a college degree for their service to their country. For the majority of the GI Bill's existence, however, active military members had to wait to attend college until after their service ended. With the advent of online learning, this has changed drastically. Here are just a few of the features you should look for if you want to earn a degree online while serving active duty in the military.
14 December 2019
If you have plans to start a career as an electrician, you may already know that the profession is growing faster than other occupations. While you can make a decent living as an electrician, one way to increase your wage potential is to obtain training in a growing specialty such as green energy and energy-efficient electrical installations. If you are at the beginning of your electrician training, you can incorporate courses in these topics in your studies.
13 December 2016
Many parents use the terms preschool and pre-K interchangeably, mistakenly believing they are the same thing. While they are similar in many ways, the also differ in some significant ways. Generally, attending preschool is entirely optional and you are free to choose any preschool you wish. But, when it comes to pre-K, your school district may require attendance in its program before your child is allowed to enter kindergarten. Understanding the differences between the two will help you prepare for your little one's transition into the educational system.
8 December 2016