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About 50 million American children attend public school, with nearly $10,000 being spent on each student. Where do those dollars go, and what are some of the benefits and challenges facing public schools?

By Stephanie Watson

Each year about 103 students earn a Rhodes scholarship to study at the University of Oxford. Learn about some of the most famous Rhodes scholars, including Bill Clinton, transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg and journalist Ronan Farrow.

By the Editors of Publications International, Ltd.

These 20 people, including Thomas Edison, Princess Diana and Benjamin Franklin, achieved notable success in life, even after dropping out of school.

By the Editors of Publications International, Ltd. & Melanie Radzicki McManus

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Doctors, lawyers and other professionals take continuing education courses to stay current professionally. Learn how they find these courses.

By Tim Crosby

Net Generation students are a new breed of learner. Find out how these students work and how colleges and workplaces are evolving to meet their needs.

By Dave Roos

"Toga, toga, toga!" Is fraternity life anything like National Lampoon's "Animal House"? Fraternities vary widely by campus and organization, but check out how they recruit, what pledging is like and the meaning of Hell Week.

By Katie Lambert

A sorority can be a great way to make lasting friendships and find opportunities for leadership and service. But people also associate sororities with many negative stereotypes.

By Katie Lambert & Alia Hoyt

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Driver safety, employee training and college courses are now being offered in a virtual environment. Learn how these virtual classrooms work.

By Joe Wallace

Becoming a lawyer is a difficult but rewarding process. Learn how to prepare for the LSAT and to choose the right school.

By Laura Murray & Sam Burritt

Spotting a genius is pretty easy -- without a doubt, Einstein, Newton and Mozart all qualify. But exactly what makes a person a genius is harder to puzzle out.

By Tracy V. Wilson

It's that time of year again: Children will soon be subjected to a battery of tests to determine who among them could be the next Einstein. Spotting a smarty-pants is pretty easy, but what makes a person a genius is something completely different.

By Katherine Neer

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E-learning has the ability to turn any computer into a classroom. Explore the dynamic world of e-learning!

By Lee Ann Obringer

Mensa is an organization for people with very high IQs. What does it take to get accepted into this organization? Learn about Mensa in this article.

Homeschooling can seem like a really mysterious concept to those that are educated in public or private schools. Homeschooling is different for every family, so the term homeschooling can be hard to define. Learn about it in this article.

Becoming a doctor isn't easy. Many teens dream of this profession early on, but high school grades, MCATs and medical school all play into the equation. Find out about the realities, struggles and rewards of becoming, and then being, a doctor.

By Carl Bianco, M.D.