Chutes & Corporate Ladders

December 24, 2013

See how an MBA or MSM can help you climb to the top in “Chutes and Corporate Ladders.” Source


Red’s Reach

August 15, 2013

Ten years have passed since Red McCombs made his $50 million gift to the school. The unrestricted funds have extended well beyond the original sum through a unique matching program, serving as the rising tide that raised many other generous donations. Here is a snapshot of the reach of Red’s gift. Source

The Real School of Rock

The Real School of Rock

June 11, 2013

Most people assume that today’s most popular musicians got to the top of the charts through raw talen and sheer luck. Well, in some cases that’s probably true, but what most people don’t realize is that many famous musicians actually worked their tails off to become pop sensations or gain rock star status. Source


Backpack Evolution: How Technology Changed Backpack Essentials

February 19, 2013

Technology has changed what tools students carry with them over the past couple of decades. See how backpacks from the 1990s and 2000s compare to today’s. Source


How Education Can Affect Your Income

February 6, 2013

An infographic that graphically shows how your level of education can impact your level of income. Source


Homeschool Domination

January 16, 2013

A visual look at who is doing better- publicly schooled students or those who were homeschooled. Who does better at school? Who is more successful? Source


Are The Richest Americans Also the Best Educated?

January 14, 2013

The latest data from the U.S. Census’s American Community Survey paints a fascinating picture of the United States at the county level. We’ve looked the educational achievement and the median income of the entire nation, to see where people are going to school, where they’re earning money, and if there is any correlation. Source

The Times They Are a Changin’

January 11, 2013

We often have our stereotypes about school librarians- old, nerdy, strict. Well it’s time to think again! Today school librarians are younger. more dynamic and a great resource for students. Source


The Value of a Master’s Degree

January 9, 2013

At one time a Master’s degree was a guarantee for a higher paying, better job. This has become less and less true, but not for all degrees. Find out who’s earning their degree and how much good it’s doing them. Getting that PhD in French Poetry might not actually bring in the big bucks that […]


How Students Pay For College: The 2011 Edition

January 3, 2013

More than 60% of high school seniors are on their way to college this fall. In this infographic, we break down the average tuition for colleges and universities, and how these students plan to finance the growing cost of their college education. Source


Do Students Eat Like Prisoners?

December 31, 2012

Hopefully you haven’t gotten the chance to taste jailhouse cuisine, but if you’re a product of the American school system, you probably have childhood memories of standing in line for grey mashed potatoes, half-thawed mystery meat, and slimy canned peaches. How do the trays measure up? Source


Higher Education Bubble in America

December 23, 2012

A look at the “college conspiracy”, the Higher Education Bubble in America by Source