• Education Sec.: Biggest Problem is Opportunity Gap
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    Education Sec.: Biggest Problem is Opportunity Gap

    SOLEDAD: EVERY YEAR IN THE UNITED STATES, NEARLY 60% OF FIRST-YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS FIND OUT THEY ARE NOT READY FOR COLLEGE-LEVEL CLASSES. WE SEE EVIDENCE IN THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS TAKING REMEDIAL COURSES IN ENGLISH AND MATH. AND THIS GAP BETWEEN COLLEGE ELIGIBILITY AND COLLEGE READINESS IS ATTRACTING THE ATTENTION OF PARENTS AND EDUCATORS NATIONWIDE. JOINING US NOW A MAN WHO HAS , SPENT HIS LIFETIME WORKING TO EDUCATE CHILDREN. HE HIMSELF IS A PRODUCT OF T NEW YORK CITY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM. HE’S BEEN A PRINCIPAL IN BROOKLYN AND FOUNDED A CHARTER SCHOOL IN MASSACHUSETTS. AS PART OF THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION, HE WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR IMPLEMENTING COMMON CORE LEARNING…

  • Education Connection Commercial 2015 Fall 30 Second Spot
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    Education Connection Commercial 2015 Fall 30 Second Spot

    I was stuck in a rut where the days all blend. Trapped in a job that was pure dead end. Needed to escape and improve my skills. Education Connection get matched for free. Education Connection I’m doing it for me. Answer some questions online. It’s easy fast and free. They’ll reveal your perfect match. Imagine what you can be. Education Connection I’m doing it for me.

  • Student jobs – Balancing school, life and work
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    Student jobs – Balancing school, life and work

    Hey guys, I’m Kim with Snagajob, and I want to talk to you about how you can balance your work and your life and your school at the same time. Now we talked to Snagajob hired member Kim at Dairy Queen, and here’s how she could balance everything. “Hi, my name is Kim, I work at the Salem Dairy Queen as the cake decorator. I applied during the summer and so I was out of school and doing whatever. So I was pretty much open to anything. But as far as scheduling, they work with you as far as if you’re a student so you have plenty of time to…

  • A Roundtable with President Barack Obama: The Cost of Education
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    A Roundtable with President Barack Obama: The Cost of Education

    I thought I understood how the loans were gonna work when I started, and it’s talking about the interest that’s accruing every day. Right. So, that’s a little scary to look at. At the same time that college has become more important, it’s become so much more expensive and complicated than it used to be. Yeah. And, it, it, it is just not possible for the parents to be able to finance you know, a, a bunch of kids all at the same time. And, and that’s where, society’s just gotta make an investment. I have the honor and the pleasure of introducing, President Barack Obama. Hello Atlanta. The reason…

  • The PCC Center for Careers in Education
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    The PCC Center for Careers in Education

    >>I think it would be an amazing job. I think it’s a very important job. I think the world really needs teachers. They need people out on the front lines, you know making a difference and really fighting for, fighting the good fight.>>I have wanted to be a teacher since I was a little girl, since I was probably about nine or ten years hold. That was my first job that I wanted to go for.>>I wanted to be a teacher but I was scared. You know, it takes a lot of time. It takes a lot of money. I’m older so it scared me.>>It was, it was kind of…

  • Does Your School Matter?
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    Does Your School Matter?

    We’re all told to work hard in school, so that we can get into the best colleges or universities, and be successful. But, does the school you choose actually matter? Take a look at these SAT scores for an average school – which are out of 800, by the way. Those that have the highest SAT scores end up representing over 50% of the people who get degrees at these schools, while the lowest SAT scores only represent around 18% of the people who actually graduate. Not so surprising. But now let’s look at a top school, like Harvard. Here, the students with the lowest SAT scores, are still smarter…

  • President Obama at Michigan Commencement
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    President Obama at Michigan Commencement

    Speaker: Through your achievements and your words, you’ve inspired and encouraged our nation to become a more perfect union. In these difficult times, you have challenged us to open our minds and work together to reach common ground. Your life exemplifies the power of education to create new opportunities and to offer significant contributions to our society. For all you have accomplished and for your leadership of this great nation, the University of Michigan is deeply honored to present you with the honorary degree, Doctor of Laws. Congratulations. (cheers and applause) Speaker: By the authority of the state of Michigan vested in the Board of Regents and by them delegated…

  • 2016 Education Connection Commercial – Rap – 30 seconds
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    2016 Education Connection Commercial – Rap – 30 seconds

    Had a long day at work. and I was trying to chill but it’s hard to kick back when you can’t pay your bills. Needed skills a degree but it was aggravating to find a school was harder than online dating used Education Connection to find the perfect school for me It was fast it was easy and they did it for free Education Connection Get matched for free Education Connection Get matched for free