Twiducate: Social Networking for Schools

Twiducate: Social Networking for Schools

May 28, 2013

Social media has found it’s way into the hearts, hands, and lives of the masses and education is no exception. This infographic looks at the ways in which social media can benefit education and the ways in which teachers and students interact. Forget the old school education now its time for twiducation.

Why Social Media isn

Why Social Media isn’t a Waste of Time

May 21, 2013

According to a recent report from Nielsen, Americans spend more time on Facebook than they do on any other U.S. website. What’s more, nearly four out of five Internet users visit social networks and blogs.

Why Save PBS?

Why Save PBS?

May 7, 2013

PBS – the Public Broadcasting Service – is important to keep on the air for many reasons. It offers local and educational programing for people all over the United States and it would be very sad if it no longer had the funding to go on. This infographic gives more reasons why the public should […]

Commonly Misspelled English Words

Commonly Misspelled English Words

April 30, 2013

Have you ever struggled with spelling what seems like a simple word? Don’t be embarrassed because you are not alone. The most commonly misspelled words in the English language are fairly simple ones yet people misspell them out of habit. Here is a list of the top 15 most misspelled words. Source

The Heaviest Price Tags in Education

The Heaviest Price Tags in Education

March 30, 2013

While colleges and universities nationwide struggle to balance big bills with slashed budgets and endowments, tuition continues to go up and up. Take a look at some of the heaviest price tags in higher education that are driving more and more students online and to community college. Source

APR Demystified

APR Demystified

March 15, 2013

Recently, the NCAA announced a number of changes to the collegiate athletics rulebook that will undoubtedly impact the entire industry. Since most fans will not comb through the details of the legislation, we’ll simplify (using a handy infographic in this case) a number of these issues on to give our fans an understanding of […]


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


How Your Tax Dollars Are Educating America

February 23, 2013

A break down of the budgets to help you make sense of the dollars in the American education system. Source


Operation Nurse

February 23, 2013

As one of the key members to any health care organization, nurses have a strong association in our society with a high level respect and admiration. “Operation Nurse” shares some fun information about nurses and the daily responsibilities they undertake. Source


Education and Spending in America

February 22, 2013

A look at the current school population and spending per student Source


How Apple is Revolutionizing Education for Students Around the World

February 20, 2013

Apple is known for making waves in the technology industry with their trendsetting new products. Apple is also known to revolutionize and change education as well. This infographic looks at the various ways that Apple has changed education on a global scale. From computers in the classroom to reducing the costs of textbooks Apple really […]


90 Million adults lack critical job skills

February 15, 2013

Smart Horizons Independent Living Skills Program. Source