For college freshmen looking to manage their finances, often for the first time, heading to college can mean a lot of unexpected expenses and new debt.
Beginning college comes with a myriad of decisions. Should you live on or off campus? Should you get a meal plan or pay for food as you go? But perhaps there is no decision that has a longer-term impact than deciding a major.
Beginning college is a big benchmark for teenagers and young adults. Whether attending a local community college or moving across the country to attend a major university, it represents a big step toward adulthood. While some students may dream of going to college in another state, there are…
For those who wish to raise children in the Jewish faith, a Jewish education can be a great tool for learning about their heritage. Of course, it can be challenging to introduce it to young children is such a way that will keep them interested and engaged.
Construction is moving forward on a $32.5 million educational complex housing the early childhood and boys’ elementary school at Hebrew Academy with completion expected in time for the school to open its doors Aug. 26.
Online learning has been increasing in popularity for several years. Even prior to COVID-19, many colleges and universities around the country were offering at least a few courses online. With the onset of the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns, these options have gotten even more popular.
Masks have become an integral part of daily life for Americans over the last 18 months. In order to enter most businesses, offices or stores during that time period, wearing a mask was mandatory to protect people from the COVID-19 virus. As schools in Northeast Ohio are about to be back in s…
As the school year starts to ramp back up in Northeast Ohio, so do after-school programs. Just like schools, these programs are responsible for the care and safety of their children, especially in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
What was once perhaps one of the most common dinner table conversation starters, the question, “What did you learn in school today” has taken on new meaning.
David P. Haney was appointed the 23rd president of Hiram College by the Hiram College board of trustees. He served as interim president of the college since fall 2020.
The Lake County Retired Teachers Association scholarship committee is under the leadership of chairman Tim Niederkorn and is comprised of committee members Dona Singerman, Judy Grant, Cathy Trepal, Lynda Krstolic, Connie Irvin and Terri Herbert.
COLUMBUS — Before last year, a one-credit technology course for students pursuing master’s degrees in education at the University of Washington wasn't seen as the program's most relevant. Then COVID-19 hit, schools plunged into remote learning, and suddenly material from that course was bein…
As the world continues to modernize and progress, the need for experts in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, only manages to grow. High schools around the globe have started to cater to this increased emphasis on STEM education to mold the next generation of differenc…
Temple Emanu El preschool and religious school will kick off their 2021-22 school year “Shabbat Sprouts” early engagement schedule with “Welcome to Sprouts 2021-2022” from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Aug. 13 at the temple at 4545 Brainard Road in Orange. The program continues through April, 2022.
The unmistakeable aroma of grilled meat will fill the air as Hillel and Chabad hold opening barbecues for returning students to Northeast Ohio campuses.