Schooling

Schooling comes in many forms -- from traditional K-12 education to college and the pursuit of advanced degrees. Learn all about schooling here.

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Most teachers probably have cupboards full of "Best Teacher" coffee mugs, T-shirts and pens. Why not do something a little more creative this year? It doesn't have to break the bank to say a big "thank you."

By Sara Elliott

As helpful as parent/teacher conferences may be, there are some pieces of information that just won't be shared. Here's what an educator won't tell you.

Preschool isn't mandatory, but toddlers can get a leg up on kindergarten classmates if they attend this preliminary educational institute. Beyond sing-alongs and story time, preschool teaches children invaluable social skills.

By Echo Surina

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Private schools come with a lot of perks -- and hefty price tags. For a top-notch education with a hint of exclusivity, many people choose to enroll their children in private schools. But what sets these institutions apart from public schools?

By Bambi Turner

When your child sees you and his or her teacher as partners it can ease stress and help with successful learning. These 5 tips will help you communicate with your child's teacher.

By Maria Trimarchi

There is an alternative to the local public school district --homeschooling, and about 3 percent of American families are part of the trend. Is homeschooling the best option for your family?

By Maria Trimarchi

An online video service from Discovery, called Discovery Education streaming, is available for teachers to use in classrooms. So what is this service and how can teachers take advantage of it?

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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

"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

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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

Homeschooling is defined differently in each state, but it is a viable alternative to attending school in a public institution. Learn about homeschooling in this article.

By Katherine Neer

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

If you couldn't make it to the convention this past weekend, go on a virtual tour of the exciting exhibits at the show!

By Marshall Brain

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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.