According to a recent report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, some older students are actually leaving school to return to an improving job market. Since last year, enrollment dropped by 0.8 percent; over the previous year, enrollment declined 2.3 percent.
Whether you're a student or a full-time worker, you probably look forward to summer. Some folks plan a nice long vacation for themselves during these months, which certainly helps. Students get a break, too – at least from school. But, many students want to work during the summer, and they often have some flexibility in terms of where they live during this time. Some areas are much better than others for securing summer employment. So, it makes sense to do a bit of research before deciding where to land for the summer of 2016.
Beloved literary icon Mark Twain, born Samuel Clemens, was famous for his strong opinions about all aspects of life. He had a great deal to say about education, for example; there is ample evidence to support the claim that he would've loathed today's standardized testing. His irreverent approach to learning offers inspiration for any student trying to plan their academic or post-graduation career.