How to Pay for Nursing School (ABSN Program and More)

This is a very common question that students ask about paying for nursing school. It is extremely important to research all options before deciding on anything. If you are interested in the ABMSN program, look at the list of schools below. Other schools may be…

What DACA Student Loan Options are Available? – Student Loan Planner

DACA Student Loan

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is a US immigration policy created by the Obama administration that allows undocumented individuals who entered the US before reaching their 16th birthday to receive temporary protection from deportation and work authorization. DACA recipients are allowed to…

When It Comes to EdTech, We Can’t Ever Be Caught Off-Guard Again

One of the worst things that can happen to any edtech product is not being prepared for the next big thing, because that can be devastating for a product’s reputation and for its users. It also makes it that much harder to break into a…

We Will Not Shy Away From Teaching Our History

Teaching Our History

Since the dawn of time, man has attempted to keep track of time. As a species, we conduct our lives around the circle of day and night, the rise and fall of the sun, and the passing of the seasons. These crucial milestones guide us…

Students Should Know What’s In Their IEPs

In Their IEPs

Most students in the United States with disabilities are covered by an Individualized Education Program (IEP). These are formal documents that outline all of the services and accommodations your child will need, as well as the goals they are expected to reach. Unfortunately, these documents…

Professional Mortgage Loans: Options For Doctors, Lawyers, and Others

If you are a doctor, lawyer or other professional with high income, you may qualify for a professional mortgage loan. With a professional mortgage loan, you will be able to borrow a larger amount of money than you could with a conventional loan. This is…

I’m a White Educator Who Thought Talking About Race in the Classroom Wasn’t Important. I Was Wrong.

White Educator

“Race isn’t real. We’re all just human.” That’s the way a lot of white educators think about race. Maybe you feel that way. But if you do, it’s time to rethink your perspective. The reality is, race is real. It matters. And the sooner you…

To Continue My Fight for Educational Equity, I Am Walking in the Steps of My Ancestors

Every time I hear about students being “left behind,” I feel sick to my stomach. I am not talking about those who are falling behind. The students that I am talking about are the ones who are not passing their classes, and who are being…

Denying Critical Race Theory Is Denying Our History: Statement from the Delegates and Staff of the National Parents Union

Critical Race Theory

The National Parents Union (the NPU) has voiced their support for a resolution made by the teachers union the National Education Association (the NEA) that denounces the use of the controversial Critical Race Theory in public schools. The NEA’s resolution states that Critical Race Theory…

I Thought Talking About Race in the Classroom Wasn’t Important. I Was Wrong.

Race in the Classroom

When I was in high school, I took a race and gender class that completely changed my perspective on life. In the class, we read some of the most powerful, challenging, and thought-provoking literature I’d ever seen. It’s the only course I ever took that…