Solar School Savings Add Up

August 3, 2016

Today, California school districts leverage on-site solar systems to deliver compelling savings to general operating funds. Efficient and reliable solar technology has proven to not only cut district electricity bills, but also help districts retain teaching positions, avoid cuts to academic programs and provide students with the tools they need to excel in 21st century […]

Six Emerging Technologies in Education

March 13, 2014

Over the next five years, the K-12 education community is expected to adopt six new technologies that will affect both teaching and learning. Saint Xavier University


September 28, 2013

Let’s take a look at the roles of Architects and Construction Managers alongside the building creation process. New School of Architecture


Filling the Gaps in Funding Undergraduate Education

March 2, 2013

It is no secret that college is expensive and tuition costs are continuing to rise. Let’s examine the costs associated with a college education, including the hidden costs you may not be factoring in like health fees, gas money, entertainment and all the Red Bull you’ll consume during finals. The graphic also outlines how funding […]


The Need-to-Knows of a Future Nurse

March 1, 2013

The Need-to-Knows of a future nurse. Source


Apostrophes: The Importance of Good Grammar

March 1, 2013

Little things can make a big difference. This is especially true of apostrophes, punctuation marks used to show possession or indicate that one or more letters have been left out of a word. However, take a look at the infographic below. It’s an excellent illustration of the difference this little mark makes in a word’s […]


The Freshers Week Survival Guide

February 28, 2013

This infographic is targeted at students who are attending their Fresher’s Week, it is a health guide which offers health advice and information on common illnesses and dangers being a Fresher. Source


Out Educate: Educating Our Workforce

February 28, 2013

Our nation’s education system has been a key driver of the United States’ economic success. However, as other countries are catching up, and even surpassing us in some areas, to stay competitive the United States must reverse these trends and continue to lead the world by providing a world class education to its citizens. Source


History of Online Education

February 27, 2013

Your online education search starts here at Education Online with insight, articles, and advice about online education programs and schools. Strengthen your future goals, at your pace. Source


In Schools We Trust?

February 27, 2013

Just 34 percent of Americans say they have faith in the public school system, an all-time low. Many of them say budget problems are to blame, but they also think better teachers would fix the problem. Source


Graduates Not Ready to Be Big Data Workers

February 26, 2013

There is growing demand for business intelligence and data skills, but students aren’t learning the necessary skills in college. Source

America’s Big Test

February 26, 2013

SAT scores in the United States are decreasing every year. This infographic provides information about SAT scores in America and the reasons behind lower scores. Source