Interactive College Scorecards

Interactive College Scorecards

Following Obama’s State of the Union address this week, the White House unveiled an interactive College Scorecard website to help give prospective students more insight into the value of U.S. colleges. The scorecard site, powered by the U.S. Department of Education’s College Affordability and Transparency Center, allows users to find information on schools by searching for a…

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Presidential Fun Facts

Presidential Fun Facts

“Fun” and “quirky” aren’t typical terms that come to mind when you think of U.S. presidents’ personal lives, but you might be surprised! As the second infographic in a two-part series on our nation’s great leaders, we’ve put together some fun facts about our commanders in chief. Check out the infographic below for some interesting…

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The Education of the Presidents

The Education of the Presidents

President of the United States of America is certainly a prestigious title, so ALL of our presidents must have spotless school records and a few Ivy League degrees, right? Wrong! Check out this infographic and discover the true educational backgrounds of US education of the presidents throughout history… If you’d like to share the infographic,…

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The First 2012 Presidential Debate

The First 2012 Presidential Debate

Last night, Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, and Democratic candidate, Barack Obama, took to the stage at the University of Denver to debate their plans if elected (or re-elected) as president. Did you tune in? The debate covered topics from the middle class tax cuts, the creation of jobs, and Big Bird, to Medicare and social security,…

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