Education Infographics

How Much More High School Graduates Earn Than Non-Graduates

How Much More High School Graduates Earn Than Non-Graduates

The state of the education system in America has many young people questioning the payoff of a college degree, as well as weighing the pros and cons of a high school diploma vs. no diploma. To help students best determine the right course of action for them, here is a guide exploring the average salary by education level and how much a high school diploma is worth in every state.

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U.S. Schools That Have Won the Most National Blue Ribbons

U.S. Schools That Have Won the Most National Blue Ribbons

The U.S. Department of Education created the National Blue Ribbon Schools program in 1982 to award schools for their academic excellence. More than 10,000 schools have been given this award since the program was created. The following graphic visualizes which schools have won the most National Blue Ribbons through the years. See which schools come out on top.

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The Best High School in Every U.S. State

The Best High School in Every U.S. State

When people make the decision to move, there are many factors to consider. Housing costs, square footage, and proximity to amenities like grocery stores can play a big part in deciding where to live. Another factor that many people take into consideration is the school district where the home is located. Check out the following infographic to see the best high schools in every state.

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Why Colleges are Going Out of Business?

Why Colleges are Going Out of Business?

Believe it or not, college enrollment rates are going down at record levels. College costs have also been sharply increasing. These as well as other factors are making people think twice about going to school – which is leading many colleges and universities to go out of business. Learn more about why colleges are going out of business in the following infographic.

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The Oldest Colleges and Universities in Every U.S. State

The Oldest Colleges and Universities in Every U.S. State

Education is an invaluable cornerstone of America’s success. The Founding Fathers heralded education as an American right and believed it was crucial to ensure our freedom. What education did the Founding Fathers have? To celebrate the spirit of education that has built America, the team at Playground Equipment created the following visual guide to the oldest colleges in the United States.

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Intellectual Ammunition: How To Study Effectively

Intellectual Ammunition: How To Study Effectively

Learning how to study effectively is a skill you can apply both toward schoolwork and toward the pursuit of your goals. Learning is a skill that you will want to continually hone throughout your life by taking courses, reading books, and engaging in self-directed learning projects.

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What Will the Future of School Look Like?

What Will the Future of School Look Like?

The future of school is looking up – while much of the world is considering in-class, in-person, is the future actually online? Online communities offer a more flexible way to learn and attain skills for life. Learn more about the future of school in the infographic below, courtesy of Sora Schools.

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How Did COVID-19 Affect Homeschooling Rates in the U.S.?

How Did COVID-19 Affect Homeschooling Rates in the U.S.?

Homeschooling rates in the United States have remained fairly steady for the past decade at around 3.3%. However, the COVID-19 pandemic ignited interest in homeschooling and other alternative schooling arrangements. This propelled homeschooling rates in America to 11.1% in the fall of 2020.

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How to Get a Free Education Online

How to Get a Free Education Online

These days, there is no guarantee that an expensive college degree will get you the career that you want. Explore how you can give yourself a college level education online through the infographic below, courtesy of CollegeCliffs.

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