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    decision about getting a degree from an institution is a serious call for the many people. It is not something that should be taken lightly. Nowadays, people have got the option of getting education through digital forums such as Online Education” or “Distance Learning.” Let’s talk about getting an online Ph.D. from a renowned and credible institution. What is an online Ph.D. in the first place? In the simplest of descriptions, it is a unique degree with the advanced academic approach. The question

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    A very controversial issue in college athletics today is whether student athlete's academic goals or athletic events should be placed in higher importance. In our society today, many people people tend to think of highly renowned college athletes as athletes that dedicate all their time to the sport that they play. What many people tend to forget is that these college athletes have as large a responsibility in the classroom as they do playing football, basketball, baseball, volleyball, track and

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    Issues In Economics & Finance 20.3 (2014): 1-12. Academic Search Complete. Web. 6 Mar. 2016. People who graduated with a college degree still questions whether college was a good investment for them. “Do the Benefits of College Still Outweigh the Costs?” addresses how students who graduated with a college degree are still unemployed and in debt. Furthermore, students have been paying more to attend college and earning less upon graduation. This academic journal compares both the pros and cons of attending

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    Obtaining an associate degree at my current community college has helped me gain basic skills in my field of study and has provided an opportunity for me to start to understand and relate to the American culture. As a result, I have become more encouraged to continue pursuing the next levels of my education, so that I will gain more skills and experiences, which are useful for life.  I am looking forward to transferring in order to advance academically and prepare for further academic progress, such as

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    students, school organizations such as fraternities and sororities, upper level students and other people around campus condone it. This places immense pressure on the incoming freshmen to fit in and may lead them to party more and focus on their academic studies less. Virtually all college students are affected by drinking, whether directly or indirectly. Even if the student doesn’t drink; noisy dorm hallways or a roommate who has had too much to drink can keep them up. The problem with college

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    education. How is college beneficial? College is beneficial for academic, financial, and social reasons. This is a highly debated topic. Some think that to benefit academically, financially, and socially, people do not have to go to college. On the other hand, some people think that going to college is the only way to do so. One way, college benefits individuals is academically. Individuals can benefit from college in an academic manner because they will have additional opportunities to become

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    ability of gifted students to achieve meaningful learning in the modern classroom is being significantly slowed due to changes in curriculum to account for the lower tier of students. Since the early 2000’s, the classroom has been changed to meet the academic expectations of colleges and employers, of which many high school students were not able to meet. With the passage of the No Child Left Behind Act in 2002, along with the widespread acceptance and utilization of the Common Core State Standards Initiative

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    Socioeconomic status (SES) plays a critical part in higher education today in America. Socioeconomic status (SES) refers to the ranking based on occupation, income and other social components like education. The inequality in college enrollments and degree completion has been a major concern in our society. The students’ SES seems to actuate the opportunities and the achievement they will fulfill in postsecondary school. Sociologists tend to acknowledge that social course is still an important aspect

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    even when I wanted to. Said a mother of six who is a high school dropout. Her life dream is to send all her six children to university such that they have a better life that she never had. This mother knows the academic learning form books and professors is beneficial in life. First, academic learning form books and professors allows the brain to grow tremendously. At the university the students are exposed to various theoretical problems and real life examples and they learn how to solve these before

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    education. How is college beneficial? College is beneficial for academic, financial, and social reasons. This is a highly debated topic. Some think that to benefit academically, financially, and socially, people do not have to go to college. On the other hand, some people think that going to college is the only way to do so. One way, college benefits individuals is academically. Individuals can benefit from college in an academic manner because they will have additional opportunities to become

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