The New California Assembly Bill, Assembly Bill 288 (AB288), aims at improving student transfer rates by encouraging high school students to take free community college courses, that can be applied both to a college degree and a high school diploma.
Posted on Feb 04, 2016
In 2015, the Millennials became the largest generation in the US labor force. As such, they had the largest impact on the workforce and the dynamics in the workplace. They are the most active and engaged in social networking, and use technology more frequently than the older generations to stay connected with friends, family and colleagues. How does this affect the landscape of the workplace and the business world in general?
Posted on Jan 31, 2016
Simple calculations: People who have earned a bachelor’s degree typically earn 50 percent more a year than those armed with just a high school diploma. Those who have an associate’s degree will still have a 30 percent advantage over those without, while those with some college units but no degree still earn 16 percent more than those with only a high school diploma. So - how to get there? Earning college credits by exams maybe a good choice.
Posted on Jan 19, 2016