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The tech industry is growing immensely thanks to the great minds like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and many other personalities who have made a terrific impact in this industry. Interns looking to set the tech industry ablaze should follow these pioneers of the technocratic age. The infographic below depicts the lessons taught by…

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Language is the human ability to acquire and use complex systems of communication. We use this ability from time to time, but are limited to our native language. As rightly said by a famous author,  “Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own.” We should definitely be able to speak some foreign language for our…

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“Citizen” has evolved to refer to a consumer-level or informally trained individual who participates in the formal functions of a profession. The citizen developer will typically write programs and/or modifications to existing programs and post the results on social networks and various Internet-based forums. Corporations have been encouraging the citizen developers in their ranks by…

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It’s said that it takes a community to raise a child, however, education may also play a crucial role. TopEducationDegrees.com has created this interactive infographic entitled “How Education Affects the United States of America”, illustrating just how education levels can affect a number of social-economic factors.

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Having played division 1 college basketball and then also coaching high school basketball at a high level, I have been able to talk to numerous players and coaches about the college recruiting process. The more I talk to people about the recruiting process though, the more I realize that there is a lot of confusion…

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There is no one resource more important than our children. Special-education-degree.net has created an infographic entitled “Budget Cut Blues: How Special Education Students Are Among the Biggest Victims of Federal Spending Drops” detailing how we are leaving our children with special needs behind due to the latest round of budget cuts. Unfortunately, the government has…

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This infographic lists a few of the largest offenders, including Dennis J. Murray of Marist College, who makes $2,688,148 per year, Amy Gutmann, President of the University of Pennsylvania, who makes $2,091,764 per year, and Ronald J. Donald, President of Johns Hopkins University,  who makes just over $1.8 million per year. 42 private college Presidents…

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Take a look back in history with the TakePart infographic that compares public education in the 1950s to public education today. Find out how much a teacher made in 1950 and which children’s books were on the bestseller list. Check out what education milestone changed the course of history and what classroom technologies were considered…

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