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Whether following in someone’s footsteps, hospital volunteer work, or wanting to care for others, the nursing profession is more than just a job for many. It’s a calling. To wrap up Nurses Week, here are 8 things these everyday lifesavers from nurses and faculty from the Brandman University’s Marybelle and S. Paul Musco School of Nursing and Health Professions wish you knew about nursing. Read more

Mid August is still summer but as the month progresses our thoughts begin to turn back to the new school year. Parents and students are shopping for back to school supplies, including computers, books, planners, organizers and clothes. But how do teachers prepare for the first day back?Read more

Among the shopping sprees and excitement of advancing to the next levels in life, we take a moment to recognize the hard work that our teachers contribute to molding the minds of future generations. As the demand for early childhood educators grows we explore professional pathways these dedicated individuals may follow.Read more

We all know there is an app or a tool for just about anything you can think of and that certainly applies for the world of education. Time and time again I have wondered if there was an app for a specific dilemma I was experiencing or a tool to simplify a process, and each time I was able to find one that solved my problems and made my life just a tad bit easier.Read more

There are so many factors to consider when selecting the right university for you to achieve your degree at. Once you've selected your program and researched universities that offer it, you'll likely run into narrowing down your options by school type. Here are our top five reasons to apply to a private school for your education.Read more

For most working adults it is not just the time it takes to go back to school it is the money too. The good news is that you may be able to get your employer to pay for college or at the very least some of your educational expenses.Read more

One of the most rewarding careers is being a teacher. These dedicated individuals work every single day to shape future generations, create meaningful connections and make a lasting impact on people's lives. But it is easy to feel burned out or want a different challenge beyond the classroom. Check out this list of valuable transferable skills and alternative career choices for teachers.Read more

For most teachers it’s getting down to the wire on prepping the classroom for the upcoming school year. To help our fellow educators we’ve put together a cheat sheet of some of the best teacher discounts and back to school sales 2014.Read more

The decision to pursue a higher education is one that will likely change your life, which of course means it involves evaluating many different factors. Will your investment of time and funds provide a considerable return? What is your motivation to do so and what are your goals? Here are five simple questions to help you answer that daunting question: “Should I go back to school?”Read more

For some educators, the back to school season means more than stocking up on supplies and new outfits for the first day of school. A recent graduate may be planning to launch a teaching career, and long-time professionals may consider new opportunities for growth. As the teacher shortage intensifies to a critical level, we explore the U.S states with the highest demand for educators.Read more

At times, we end up scratching our heads, wondering which, if any, of the newest ideas could work for us. Instead, I want to turn our attention to a concept whose foundation predates buzz words. I want to talk about creating a Culture of Support.Read more