The Declining Value Of Your College Degree A four-year college degree, seen for generations as a ticket to a better life, is no longer enough to guarantee a steadily rising paycheck. Just ask Bea Dewing. After she earned a bachelor’s degree — her second — in computer science from Maryland’s Frostburg State University in 1986, […]
Back on March 19, 2008 this country noted the fifth anniversary of the Iraq conflict and paid its respect to our fallen heroes who have given their lives and paid the ultimate price for what we would call freedom. The U. S. soldier casualty count stands at 4,102 at the time of this blog posting. […]
According to Forbes magazine, Harvard students have a greater chance of becoming billionaires than any other college graduates. Of the 469 Americans on Forbes’ most recent list of the world’s billionaires, 50 received at least one degree from Harvard. The school has produced 20 more current American billionaires than No. 2 on our list, Stanford […]
In a recent national study it was concluded that, there was no diffrence between public schools and private schools. The research focused across several years on 9,791 kindergarten through fifth-grade students. The sample used for the study included students in 1,531 schools (1,273 public, 140 Catholic and 118 other private schools)…Read the full article I […]
Since this is a college planning website, I sometimes find myself wondering how many of those young men and women, between the ages of 17 – 22 might be making preparations to go to college.