Education

  • How to keep your student loan to a minimum

      

    The amount of student loan debt you take on could affect when you're able to retire. Here are ways to reduce the amount you’ll pay for college.

  • 96-year-old WWII veteran earns college degree 65 years later

      

    It took 65 years to complete, but a 96-year-old WWII veteran finally has his college degree. Read more: 6 ways to celebrate Armed Forces Day Alfonso Gonzales graduated from high...

  • How to spot a student loan scam

      

    We all know that scammers live amongst us. They’re trying to find out our personal information to gain access to our bank accounts, our health care, our savings... and increasingly,...

  • These four siblings are all graduating college together

      

    The Wimberley family has a lot to celebrate. The four Wimberley siblings -- Danielle, 22, twins James and Mark, 20, and Michael, 17, are all graduating from Chapman University in...

  • Half of parents now expect kids to cover the cost of college

      

    With college tuitions skyrocketing, it’s no surprise parents are worried whether they have enough to cover the cost. According to the fifth annual survey from Discover Student Loans,...

  • Top 10 best and worst cities to start your career

      

    When it comes to starting your career, you want to live in a place where there are a lot of job opportunities and where your money will stretch the furthest. WalletHub has crunched the numbers...

  • Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Day with these 30+ deals & discounts!

      

    Tuesday, May 3, is National Teacher Appreciation Day, which makes this week Teacher Appreciation Week! Teachers are such an important part of our communities. In fact, according to a...

  • Parents may face $1,000 in fines for kids' bully behavior

      

    Parents in one small Wisconsin town could soon be on the hook for just north of $1,000 in fines if their children harass and bully classmates. Read more: Paddling in schools: Which states allow...

  • How to qualify for the new student loan forgiveness program

      

    The Obama administration announced Tuesday a plan to forgive $7.7 billion in federal student loans held by an estimated 387,000 permanently disabled Americans, of which roughly half, 179,000, are...

  • Top 25 highest paying companies in America

      

    Glassdoor has just released their list of the 25 highest-paying companies in America for 2016. For those not familiar with the site, it offers free salary data for a variety of companies...

  • The good news about college graduate hiring rates

      

    Good news for new college grads! Employers are planning to hire you this year, according to a new CareerBuilder survey. Business majors are in highest demand, followed by computer and...

  • Ongoing telephone scam targets college students

      

    College students are being scammed by fake FBI agents wanting personal information.

  • Should you save for retirement or pay down student loan debt?

      

    According to a recent study by Hello Wallet, in most circumstances, it's better to save more for retirement than pay extra toward your student loans. Here's how the...

  • Paddling in schools: Which states allow it; can you opt your child out?

      

    A new debate over corporal punishment in public schools has been brewing since a video of a Georgia 6-year-old being paddled went viral. The video below, shows Shana Perez’s son...

  • 6 free ways to learn how to code

      

    The future of education is all about lifelong learning, but too many people don't further their education after they get out of school. Now the beauty of the Internet can come to rescue...