Category: Education Infographics
Education is under attack. From reduced spending and budget cuts to overcrowding and a lack of funds, schools are struggling more than ever. However, some of the largest companies in the world have taken notice, and are standing up for education, giving students new opportunities to expand their educational horizons.
NLP is a set of tools for personal change and development which offers powerful ways to create goals, reach them faster and with greater ease, resolve work or personal issues, reduce stress or accompany change. It can be a tricky subject to approach for the first time, so NLP School has made an easy to understand infographic to help ease you into NLP for the first time.
According to a report by the American Society of Civil Engineers, the U.S. school infrastructure system would receive a grade of D+. Factors such as older facilities, a lack of funding, and overcrowding have contributed to this sore state of America’s schools. Although the present state of school infrastructure leaves much to be desired, there are several possible solutions that may help rebuild America’s schools.
We all know those examples of celebrities who succeeded without graduating but the fact remains that education matters! As this infographic by DegreeMatch shows, there is strong evidence that economic growth has been accompanied by growth in both spending and participation in schooling.
Seems like kids hardly play outside anymore with video games, television and even the Internet keeping them busy. Check out the following infographic to learn about the importuning of playing outside.
Are you considering going to grad school? Check out the following infographic to learn what millennials need to know before applying for grad school.
In the battle of the search engine, Google, is by far the leader, with their powerful and innovative research tools including Google scholar, Google app engine, Google books, Google play, Google Earth, and of course – YouTube. In this infographic, learn how Google has changed research for grad students.
Is a bachelor’s degree even worth it anymore? Check out the following infographic from to see the numbers behind bachelor’s degrees.
Since time immemorial, educators have worked hand in hand with technology to create successful learners. This infographic encompasses the educational advances throughout the ages – from the horn book in the 1650s, to the pencil in 1900s, and to the tablet of present day. It shows how technology evolved year after year, how it shaped the face of learning, and how it will play a role in the future of education.
College is the big word on many students’ tongues. Let’s take a closer look at higher education in America in this infographic from Affordable-Online-Colleges.net.
There is no one resource more important than our children. Special Education Degree 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.
Do you have goals that you want to accomplish? Maybe get an internship this summer? Or complete a semester project before the last day? Or hit the gym a ton and get fit? This infographic from Bottlerocket shows you how you can accomplish your goals faster and easier by planning better through the help of a mentor.
You hear stories about business CEOs and their inflated salaries, but Nonprofit Colleges Online has created an infographic entitled “President vs. Student: Exploring University President Salaries”, detailing what these education moguls rake in every year. Of the 550 universities studied, about 7.6 percent of executives make more than $1 million, while in the general population, less than .01% make over a million per year.
This infographic presents the origins, golden age and future of the language laboratory. The Schoolshape language lab is a cloud-based language lab that is constantly improved with suggestions from its users. It is especially effective in supporting mobile assisted language learning and teaching with the communicative method.