Three Trends in America’s Student Debt Today

For the last decade we have seen a rapid rise in student debt, with graduates now leaving college with an average $37,173 in student debt, 70 percent more than a decade ago. By now, you may have heard that America’s student loan debt topping $1.4 … [Read more...]

Avoiding Financial Pitfalls

Times are tough. And it will come as no surprise, that we are in a period of profound economic instability. Even for the more wealthy and affluent among us, the financial problems of today can be disconcerting. So when it comes to attaining … [Read more...]

An Update On US Student Loan Interest Rates

Student loan rates have a huge effect on how much American students will end up paying for their college education. Every year there are changing rates and policies regarding student loans, so keeping up with them can be difficult. Here are some of … [Read more...]

Student Loan Trends

Back in 2007 the Sub-prime mortgage bubble popped and almost took the entire banking system with it. The reason the bubble was able to get that big was because of the backing of the Federal Government. Without government backing the market would not … [Read more...]

How Teachers Adapt to Different Learning Styles

Different Learning Styles You've probably heard that  everybody learns differently. These different learning styles might be broken down to  visual, auditory and kinesthetic, or seeing, hearing and touching. Either way, educational experts will tell … [Read more...]

How Have Online Colleges Affected Tuition Costs for Traditional Schools?

Online Colleges Fight Tuition Bubble If you've attended a four-year university within the past decade, you have firsthand experience with the coming college tuition bubble. Although the trend has received surprisingly little press, it's no longer … [Read more...]

Jobs Crisis Among Recent College Graduates

Education Trends The ongoing unemployment crisis in this country has plagued Americans of all backgrounds and vocations looking to find a decently paying job in their field. But one demographic that has been hit particularly hard by unemployment is … [Read more...]

Mounting Debt and Lower Salaries – A Persisting Trend for Grads

College education is costly and a majority of students have had to compromise on the college they choose to attend simply because they can't afford the fees. Even at less expensive colleges, most students finish college with massive amounts of … [Read more...]