Posts Tagged ‘college’


April 27, 2011 0 Comments

This week, I stumbled across an article on the website for the Chronicle of Higher Education which told the story of how this one lady took 19 years to finish her undergraduate degree. This blog post is my response to that article. Read more…

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University: Learning Is Inevitable.

October 8, 2010 0 Comments

It is an undeniable truth is that being in university inevitably forces the individual to grow mentally. Students who persevere through the academic rigors of a four-year college career cannot avoid coming out being better and more efficient in dealing with knowledge and information. Read more…

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Lessons from China’s Current Employment Crisis.

September 14, 2010 0 Comments

China’s current crop of university graduates are faced with a competitive job market with extremely bleak prospects. Over 25% of 2010’s graduates are still unemployed. What is causing this crisis and what lessons can we draw from it?

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The Globalization of American Education Part II: Its Implications on Lower to Secondary Education

April 28, 2010 0 Comments

In the world of politics and policy making, the Obama administration has caught on that the internationalization of American higher education is indeed inevitable. In fact, the internationalization of education has become so crucial that it has begun to trickle down into the secondary and lower education in the United States

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