10 Education Support Resources for Disabled Veteran Students
An education is one of the most important tools for active members and veterans of the armed forces. Achieving a degree or taking classes can be the necessary bridge between active duty and a successful civilian career. This is part of laying the foundation for a future beyond the frontline and may even be a . . .
Laws Impacting Students with Disabilities
College students with disabilities are protected by an evolution of laws that many do not even know about. There are federal laws, however, that were designed to ensure that students with a whole host of disabilities should be able to have access to equal and fair education opportunities. This includes students with both physical and . . .
10 Important Facts About Learning Disabilities and Online College
College students with disabilities have been getting much more attention recently as a population who has historically been misunderstood, stigmatised, and therefore underserved. As awareness has shifted around learning disabilities and necessary accommodations, it has become more and more clear that there have always been a lot of students on campuses all over the country . . .
The Importance of Sleep During Your College Experience
2020 Guide for Students
College students are some of the most sleep-deprived people in the world (and some of the most stressed). This is mostly because college is very demanding, both mentally and physically, like an intellectual marathon. A full-time student can expect that every minute of every day be potentially filled with school work if they let it . . .
How To Stay Fit and Healthy in College
2020 Guide for Students
College students have stressful social and academic lives, so it is little wonder why they often lose focus and avoid paying attention to how to stay healthy in college. Incoming freshmen (with a most appealing new independence and free access to dining halls) struggle to avoid packing on the Freshman 15, as in pounds. [Note . . .
The Complete Guide to College for Students with Disabilities
Making the transition from high school to college is always a huge rite of passage for any student. It can be an especially steep slope to climb for college students who have learning differences or disabilities. But yes, students will disabilities can go to college and even make it to the top of their class. . . .
Can I Go to College with a Learning Disability?
Students with learning disabilities make a much larger populations on every (yes, that’s right, every) college campus then you may know. In fact, the report from the National Center for Education Statistics exposes the surprising numbers. The statistic for women undergraduate students who have self-reported a learning disability is 19.6% and 19.2% for men. As . . .
What if My College Isn't ADA Compliant?
First off, what does it mean to be ADA Compliant? ADA stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act. In September 2010 it was published by the Department of Justice (DOJ) in order to bring forth regulations that ensure information and technology is accessible to all. This was specifically designed to protect Americans with disabilities who . . .
What is a TPSID?
Students with intellectual disabilities have so many more options today when it comes to higher education than were once available. A model called Transition and Postsecondary Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities (TPSID) was created in 2010 to ensure such programs are funded and carried out in institutions of higher learning. The funding for TPSID . . .
10 Highest Paying Jobs in Education for 2020
Best Jobs 2020
In general, most careers in education will require an associate's degree or higher. If you want to be rewarded for your hard work, the following 10 jobs are the best options in this field. You can also expect higher pay as you gain more experience in the education industry. There are many rewarding jobs in . . .