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http://www.accreditedonlinecolleges.org/resources/accredited-masters-education/  This site was recommended from a researcher in Seattle, Washington.  It is a comprehensive educational resource for current students, prospective students, and even parents who are interested in learning about accreditation.  It discusses the pay raise that teachers receive for obtaining a graduate degree, and provides tips on how teachers can evaluate and select a university program.  There is also a link for many accredited online colleges. 

http://www.connectionsacademy.com Connections Academy is a tuition-free online public school for grades K–12. In this virtual classroom, students can spend the school year reaching their highest potential through a uniquely individualized learning program. Most Connections Academy-supported schools are accredited by one of the six regional accrediting agencies.active

https://www.bestvalueschools.org/online-mba-programs/ Best Values Schools MBA programs on campus and online - This site has so much to offer. Included are:

The site includes location, tuition, and number of credits needed. The site was recommended by a person from Provo, Utah.

https://www.nursing.org/online-programs/ Online nursing program offers a collection of nursing education guides that provide a comprehensive overview of online programs available to nurses at any stage of their career.

They also give typical salaries for the different types of nursing programs and answer many questions students may have regarding applying, tuition, and much more. This site was recommended by a person from Houston, Texas.

https://academicpartnerships.uta.edu/programs/rn-to-bsn.aspx BSN Program Guide includes outlining course requirements, descriptions, schedules, and a very comprehensive outline of the BSN program in general and what kinds of differences and similarities it has with other popular offerings like the RN to MSN programs.The courses have designed the accredited online RN to BSN program to include all the courses you need to graduate with your BSN, including general courses, formerly known as prerequisite courses. This site was recommended by a person from Arlington, Texas.

https://www.rntobsnprogram.com Nurses holding the BSN degree can go on to leadership roles within a hospital or medical practice, and they can also find work in administrative positions. The best online RN to BSN programs are designed with the working nurse in mind and make completing the undergraduate work easy through flexible scheduling. For nurses who want to continue advancing their careers, a BSN is a smart option. There are online and oncampus resources.They list rankings and financial aids. Here are some of the topics:

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https://www2.ed.gov/free/index.html . This site contains links to learning resources created and maintained by other public and private organizations. This information is provided for the visitor’s convenience and is included here as an example of the many resources that educators may find helpful and use at their option.

http://www.edudemic.com/affordable-online-colleges/ A resource page that discusses online colleges and programs and the truth behind the often touted selling point of “affordability”. Here you can gain valuable insight into your education, especially when it comes to affordable education, tuition, financial aid, cost vs. benefit, as well as career development from an online degree. This site was recommended by a reseacher in Seattle, WA.

https://lendedu.com/blog/ This site has a tool that shows students which private student loan companies they are eigible for based on the college they are attending. This site has resources and Guides for:

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http://www.greatschools.org/special-education/support/770-foster-self-esteem.gs This site has a article about how parents can foster self-esteem in their children. It was recommended by an educator in Cary, N.C. http://www.nspcc.org.uk/help-and-advice/for-parents/online-safety/online-safety_wdh99554.html This site has an article about how to teach children to love learning. It was recommended by an educator in Cary, N.C.

http://certificationmap.com/how-to-become-a-teacher/This site shows a step-by-step process that one needs to become a teacher. It also shows a link for each state's certification requirements. this site was recommended by an educator in Cary, N.C.

https://studentloans.net/pay-off-Student-loans/ This site providea a guide that discusses the best ways to pay down student loans. It covers various different aspects of the problem. The page starts with a breakdown of student loan types, covers the repayment options of each, and offers tips to manage/pay down student debt. Student debt repayment can be a major challenge, and it pays off to have a clear plan of attack at the start of your career. I think this guide can help anyone with their student debt plans after college. This site was recommended by a person from Dover, Deleware.

https://www.thesimpledollar.com/first-time-home-buyer-loans/ First Time Home Buyers Guide explains every aspect of the home buying process. The guide breaks down buying a home into six essential steps to make it easy for first time home buyers to learn everything from what a mortgage entails, to choosing the right loan, and even budgeting and submitting an offer on your first home. This site was recommended by a person from Seattle, WashingtonWe’re trying to promote awareness of how important sleep is for college students, and we’ve created some guides on this subject which comes just in time for National Sleep Awareness Week! A few of these include:

The following site is devoted to improving sleep hygiene, health and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources. It was recommended by a person from Seattle, WA

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