13-17yrs

13-17yrs, 18 & over, inspirational, personal development, Resources

Cursive Out: More than a Daily Planner


I have recently developed a Planner and Journal series to impart time management techniques, as well as empower by sharing tools, tips, advice, and quotes, as well as resources. My latest release is theEveryday Excellence Student Planner, featuring a phenomenal, child runway model, little Ms. Celai West and the chic, vibrant photography of Ms. Katie

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13-17yrs, 18 & over

First Generation Society and College


First Generation students are the first to attend college in their families. Therefore, they face high college dropout rates. Why? They face a lot of challenges. Challenges Faced by First Generation Students: The following categories are challenges first generations face in college. Financial Challenges First generation students lack the financial resources to pay for tuition, and

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, 8-12yrs

Treasuries as an Investment: Why Not?


Treasuries: When I hear the word treasuries the first thing that comes to mind is the public aversion of it. It is currently the most underrated investments in the general public mind.  Why is that? Well, let’s begin with a very basic fact about them. Treasuries are issued to raise money, the way they are

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13-17yrs, 18 & over

Educational Sites and Parents: Creating a Plan


Starting Your Child’s Education off on the Right path: Being a parent is not easy and one of the toughest parts begins when you introduce education into your child’s life. Initially, parents start teaching their kids about the importance of education by buying workbooks like Kumon, Pre-Scholar, big kid, etc. Given the short attention span

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, 8-12yrs, career exploration, civic duty

Chance The Rapper to Corporations: Invest in Students


Chicago Native, parent and Grammy award-winning Chance the Rapper recently donated 10, 000 to 10 Chicago Public Schools (CPS).  His act of charity is in direct response to Illinois Governor Rauner’s $200 million-plus funding cut to Chicago Public Schools. Chance says his donation “is a call to action. I’m challenging major companies and corporations in Chicago and

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