Education Infographics

Which States Have the Highest Graduation Rates?

Which States Have the Highest Graduation Rates?

When a high school has one of the highest graduation rates in the United States, you would assume the teachers are being compensated for doing such a great job, right? Well you may be surprised to learn that this is not always the case for some of our nation’s brightest and best schools. Learn which states have the highest graduation rates in this infographic.

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Building the Perfect School

Building the Perfect School

Schools around the world are taking a progressive approach to education and D2L wanted to highlight some great examples in the following infographic. From the US to the UK to Singapore to Canada, innovation is taking many different forms. The infographic also takes a look at the progressive curriculum of schools in Finland where teachers are replacing subjects with an interdisciplinary approach to topics instead.

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Top Brain Hacks to Learn Faster and Remember More

Top Brain Hacks to Learn Faster and Remember More

As a student, you get many assignments. So much to learn, so little time. Luckily, there are lots of techniques you can use to accelerate your learning and get much better, much faster. In the following infographic by Essay Service, discover 25 ways to learn faster.

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The Case For Student Loan Forgiveness

The Case For Student Loan Forgiveness

It might be time to call it. Student loans are a drag on the economy. We need an educated populace but we don’t need them unable to contribute financially to the economy. Learn more from this infographic from Refinance Student Loans.

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Skipping School: Gen Z Entrepreneurs Make Their Own Way

Skipping School: Gen Z Entrepreneurs Make Their Own Way

For many members of Gen Z, starting a business is a much more attractive option than going to college. This is thanks mostly to massive amounts of student loan debt. Learn more about why Gen Z is skipping school in this infographic from Online Schools Center.

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How to Get Student Loan Forgiveness

How to Get Student Loan Forgiveness

Students can have thousands of dollars in student loan completely forgiven. The portion of your student loan debt that is forgivable does not have to be paid. The following infographic by Golden Financial Services is a step-by-step guide on how to get student loan forgiveness.

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7 Master’s Degrees With a Challenging Outlook

7 Master’s Degrees With a Challenging Outlook

Master’s degrees are not for everyone. However, if you are really determined to choose one, take a look at the following infographic courtesy of Market Inspector which lists 7 master’s degrees with the most challenging outlooks and the facts you might didn’t know about these fields.

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17 Types of Teachers Everyone Knows

17 Types of Teachers Everyone Knows

In the following infographic, the folks at Unicheck have classified teachers according to their personal traits, amount of homework they assign each day, tone of voice they pick for explanations and facial expressions they wore each day. If you are a teacher, you might want to have a little peek into how students classify some teacher types. Accept the challenge, and you will definitely find yourself or someone you know.

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What to Take to University: The Freshers’ Week Checklist

What to Take to University: The Freshers’ Week Checklist

Can you remember your first week of university? It was likely crammed with parties, meeting new people and unpacking what felt like hundreds of suitcases and boxes. But no matter how prepared you thought you were, you’d definitely have forgotten to pack something. Student accommodation provider Urbanest has created the ultimate freshers’ week checklist to make sure you have everything you need for the big move.

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The Benefits of Experiential Learning

The Benefits of Experiential Learning

Experiential learning is the practice of learning through doing. It encourages the student to have first-hand experiences with the materials, rather than learning through someone else’s experiences in textbook or lecture. It’s a learning style that has been studied thoroughly for decades, and one that is proven to be beneficial for all ages of students.

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