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From balancing your course load to forging relationships with classmates to extracurricular involvement, these are the tried and true methods to nail your career as a student.

  • Dominique Dajer
    Published about 16 hours ago
    The crosshairs of today’s public education system: Remote learning and systemic racism

    The crosshairs of today’s public education system: Remote learning and systemic racism

    On March 12th, I officially began working from home, as did many Americans. The following day, Breonna Taylor, a 26-year old Black woman, was shot and killed while she slept when Louisville police ransacked and fired through her home. The week after, my teenage brother started remote learning when New York City public schools closed. While Breonna Taylor’s murder made local news, the rest of the nation carried on as the primary focus at the time was this new, remote learning. One county and city at a time, public schools shut down as the United States joined a national quarantine.
  • Ribb
    Published about 21 hours ago
    Malicious Madame

    Malicious Madame

    When you’re a child, you’re told to respect your elders, but what do you do when your elders don’t respect you? I grew up in one of the rougher Scarborough neighbourhoods where people got robbed, shot, stabbed and beat up regularly. My elementary school was in the heart of this neighbourhood, and the kids were tough so the teachers had to be tougher... or at least they tried.
  • Ace Magnolia
    Published a day ago
    Pros and Cons of Mainstream Schooling

    Pros and Cons of Mainstream Schooling

    Mainstream schools are meant to be a place that all children up to age 21 can learn. Students enrolled in these schools have varying levels of success. For some students, school is a place to get away from home, consistently have a meal, absorb anything and everything they can, or just make friends and become socialized, while for others it is uncomfortable, unhelpful, isolating, or a place that exposes them to negative influences. There are pros and cons to mainstream schools from teaching methods, to social aspects, to health and safety.
  • Kate Feathers
    Published 3 days ago
    The Ultimate Problem with Reading Challenges

    The Ultimate Problem with Reading Challenges

    I love Goodreads Reading Challenges. I’ve been participating in them for two years now, and there are so many things I enjoy about them — how you can see all your books clearly, how you don’t feel alone because so many people take part in it, how Goodreads summarises your reading at the end of the year.
  • Qasim Hydri
    Published 3 days ago
    How to write Dissertation?Best Dissertation Writing Service By Assignments Solutions

    How to write Dissertation?Best Dissertation Writing Service By Assignments Solutions

    Most students know what it takes to write. They would not have reached the doctorate level if they didn’t. However, too many students get stuck at specific points. This is normal, and this is the case with just about all professional writers.
  • Jacob Ryan
    Published 5 days ago
    How to Find A Reliable Pricing Strategy Assignment Help Expert Online?

    How to Find A Reliable Pricing Strategy Assignment Help Expert Online?

    Signing up with the right pricing strategy assignment help provider might be difficult. This insightful article aims to streamline such challenges with its four essentially effective strategies that can be leveraged for satisfactory search results.
  • NewlonBett
    Published 8 days ago
    Waitlisted in Med School? Here Are Some Things You Can Do

    Waitlisted in Med School? Here Are Some Things You Can Do

    Наapplications. You can comfort yourself in knowing that competition is tight and the standards are further raised in medical school. If you have easily been accepted in your undergraduate program, things are pretty different this time. Most likely, medical school applicants are composed of highly driven students who are also high achievers.
  • Clem Benson
    Published 8 days ago
    Ghost Graduate

    Ghost Graduate

    These Swings. I was late learning to swing. They used to tease me for it. The kids who knew how would run straight to them. They would get on and would rapidly rise higher then higher still, always in control of their momentum. Sometimes the teachers would see me looking at them as they soared and ask me, ‘would you like to go on the swings?’
  • Greg Lee
    Published 9 days ago
    Make a Time Wheel

    Make a Time Wheel

    Everyone is aware of time. You can’t go through the day without it. Each day we are aware of the hours, minutes and seconds that pass. In early times, people were limited as to how far they traveled from home. Generally, the times of day were sunrise, noon, and sunset based on their local observation. Noon, by solar time, was when the sun was highest in the sky casting the shortest shadow during the day. Now, people can travel easily across time zones. People move great distances for school or take a new job and move across the country or to another country.
  • Mohit Verma
    Published 9 days ago
    Dubai Schools Offer Good Education without the Frills

    Dubai Schools Offer Good Education without the Frills

    There is a lot of competition when it comes to schools in UAE – educational institutions are mushrooming like the palms dotting the country. But the schools in Dubai are conscious and have been applying creative solutions to keep the costs competitive and low. The best part is that their primary aim is to maintain high standards of education and facilities while keeping the fees low to meet an ever-growing demand for affordable education.
  • Brayden ray
    Published 9 days ago
    What are the Reasons for Explaining the Need for Basic Facilities to your child?

    What are the Reasons for Explaining the Need for Basic Facilities to your child?

    You should choose a school for your child with the best facilities. During this guide, we outline which facilities to look for.
  • Daniel Veuleman
    Published 9 days ago
    2020: Unbecoming

    2020: Unbecoming

    It's becoming a serious cliché, complaining about 2020, so I will try my best not to do that here. Either way though it has been one hell of a time for significant things happening in every single one of our lives. For me it has been yet another time of unbecoming something only to become another. There are multiple ways this has happened in my life, but I will focus on the most meaningful one to me in the current.