Ginger Abbot is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Classrooms.com, a learning and educational resource for students and educators.
With the start of the new year, it’s time to start getting your financial house in order. April 15 will arrive in no time, and you know what that means — it’s time to remember how to do your taxes.
You’ve been mowing lawns and trimming shrubs for a while, and you’ve managed to put away some cash. Is now the right time to start a landscaping business? Well, if your finances and passions have aligned, the answer is probably a resounding yes.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) is a federal relief package that started on April 1, 2020, and ends on December 31, 2020. The program offers resources to help particular employees and employers stay afloat health-wise and financially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
College is a chance to experience new things, especially when it comes to where you live. You’ll likely need a roommate at some point. You’ll have one automatically assigned to you for on-campus housing, and you’ll probably look for a roommate when it’s time to move off-campus.
If you’re an international student, you may be wondering how you can get a degree in the U.S. amidst COVID-19. Fortunately, it’s still possible. You can pursue an online program that holds classes virtually rather than in person. This track will help you achieve your goals as intended.
College is a fresh new chapter in your life. You’ve moved into your dorm, received your schedule and packed your backpack. You are mentally ready for your first day, but have you taken all the steps that will prepare you to succeed?
While the U.S. is a world leader in so many developments, equity in education for all races is an area in which we are still sorely lacking. Communities across the country suffer from a massive problem — due to socioeconomic circumstances, policy flaws and political issues alike, children don't have the same opportunities everywhere. In even the most notable towns and cities, this problem affects so many young lives — and futures.