Got an Idea for an Edtech Tool to Support Special Education? NewSchools Ignite Might Fund it!

Announcing up to $1.5 Million in New Funding Opportunities for Edtech Entrepreneurs! NewSchools Venture Fund is excited to announce the launch of its next ed […]

The Meemic Foundation to Give Out $500,000 in Grants to Local Educators in 2017

Virtually all teachers wind up paying out of their own pocket for supplies. In fact, according to the Education Market Association, on average, most spend […]

How DJ Khaled, King of Snapchat, is Helping to Make Education Dreams Come True

Making a difference using positive influence; we love this story and couldn’t be more proud to share it. Thank you DJ Khaled-for making a difference […]

The $250 Difference Between a Drop-Out and a Student

By Liz Texeira Last month, I visited students in Kibera, Africa’s largest slum, who live in a 1.3 square mile area packed with startling poverty, […]

Money Talk: Financial Aid Options for Single Mothers

Graduating from college is one of the greatest gifts a single mother can give her children. College degrees significantly broaden the scope of career opportunities […]

Scholly Now Helps Lower Student Loan Payments

As seen on Shark Tank! Developer of scholarship-matching app partners with CommonBond Yes, this is an easy way to find scholarships! The creators of Scholly […]

Scholarship Program $10,000-American Addiction Centers Announces 2016 Behavioral Health Academic

  American Addiction Centers Announces 2016 Behavioral Health Academic Scholarship Program $10,000 in scholarship funds to be awarded to students entering or enrolled in post-secondary […]

November is National Scholarship Month

It’s never too early to start thinking about how to pay for college. Paying for college is a costly endeavor.  Figuring out how to pay […]

FLVS Annual Virtual Science Fair Now Open

Are you a Florida Virtual School student with a knack for science? Then you should consider entering the 10th Annual Virtual Science Fair (VSF) at Florida Virtual […]

Globe University – Wausau Student Finds Fun Way to Reduce the Cost of College

College is expensive. This is a fact of life.  The costs can be daunting, as is the prospect of large student loan payments. Rebecca Harrell, veterinary […]

Community Service Pays Off for Globe University Students

DeeAnna Moore, accounting student Congratulations to the Winter 2015 quarter Community Service Scholarship winners DeeAnna Moore and Charity Zeigler. Both of these women have been committed to […]

National School Choice Week 2015

“May I have extra vegetables instead of the chicken on my salad?” It’s a question I often ask while at restaurants because I’m a vegetarian. […]

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