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Make a Difference to a Veteran

 You might believe your school is doing all it can, but it’s likely you can do more to understand the sacrifices made by the former service members seated in your classrooms. 971 more words

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Profit or Not?

 In an era of increased regulation and speculation, some career colleges have made the jump to nonprofit status. So, is it nobler to be profit or not-for-profit? 1,172 more words

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Getting the “right people on the bus” philosophy is the wrong philosophy

How disappointing history is, business solutions to improving the United States business economy industry has not changed in a hundred years. Back in the early 1900s and 1800s the United States went through a similar economic downturn. 305 more words

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The Charter School Model

Charter schools serve as inspiration for colleges seeking more accountability, student-centered approaches and enhanced education delivery

Career College Central Magazine, Jan/Feb 2014

In the United States, there are many options for K-12 education: charter schools, private schools, magnet schools, vouchers, tuition tax credits, home schooling and simply moving your family to a new local public school district. 1,267 more words

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The Next “Greatest Generation”

Career College Central Magazine, Nov/Dec 2014

Modern American higher education is not ready for the next Greatest Generation. We as educators cannot hope to reach a point of readiness unless we engage today in measured, strategic, deliberate action. 749 more words

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On Veterans Day 2014 It Comes Down to Role Models


My father-in-law, an 90-year-old WWII Veteran has his own outlook in life that we could all study and learn from. He loves attending my 12-year olds son Dante’s flag football games. 387 more words

NEW HAMPSHIRE "Live Free Or Die."