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The Financial Impact of Stacking Degrees

By Ryan Laspina
Senior Specialist, Red Flags and External Reviews at APUS

As with any major life decision, it is ultimately up to you to decide how much education is right for you. There are some fields that do not even require any college education, and there are other fields that require a doctorate. It may be hard to balance these financial decisions before making a decision, but being aware of the above pros and cons can help you with that decision.

How to Conquer Memory Loss After Your Class is Done

The Foster Experience: Education and Fatherhood

By Jeffrey Webb
Online Learning Tips, Student Contributor

May is National Foster Care Month. This can be a great time for many to take a look at how online education can benefit degree seekers who are also working on becoming foster or adoptive parents. When I became a foster dad I was still working on my bachelor’s and finding life to be quite busy. When fatherhood found me, I was holding down a full-time job, training with the Texas State Guard, and pursuing my educational goals.

10 Things to Do Before Starting Your Next Class