It’s Tuesday afternoon, you’ve worked eight(+) hours, dropped the children off at the sitters, and you’re eating a quick bite before going to school to finish your degree. The last thing you need is to juggle even more than you already are. Sound familiar?
Technology and communication have permeated our society. If you’ve ever gone more than 15 minutes without the phones or the internet at work, you know how production can seemingly come to a standstill. We won’t talk about how upset individuals can be when these services are out at home.
There’s more to athletics than the fans and the players. If there weren’t professionals to market the team or player, connect the fanbase to the athlete, sell the tickets, and oversee office operations, athletic associations and leagues would cease to exist.
The economy is strong and expanding right now. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, national unemployment dropped to 3.9 percent for December 2018. But we all know that - at some point - what goes up, must come down. Eventually, the economy will cycle back into a recession. What does that mean for you? Should you take the plunge and invest time and money into a degree?
For teachers wanting to advance in their careers, furthering their education is an obvious next step. However, there are some concrete reasons why getting a master's degree is a wise move. Here are our top four.
One of the many decisions you’ll make in your educational journey is whether to attend school in person or online. If you’ve decided to continue your education online, there are ways you can make the most of your experience. We spoke with Dr. Harlan Johnson, who teaches online classes at Southern Nazarene University, about his top tips for online learners.
Technology has revolutionized the face of college education for working adult students. There are now more options than ever before. This is a prime time to take advantage of these opportunities and change your “someday’s” into “today’s”.
If you’re looking to become a school administrator, getting the best education you can is paramount to serving your school well. So how do you decide which school is the right fit for you? Here are a few tips: