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Feb 22nd 2011 5:51PM I saw a lot of problems in this short clip.
#1. He is not dressed for success. Saggy pants with his hair in his face. No respect for himself.
#2. Her education is serious lacking. She said "badder" when she clearly should have said worse.
#3. No woman that size should be in a tube top. No respect for her appearance.
#4. She is a hairdresser and her hair is not done.
Perhaps he doesn't care about excellence because he has no role model. I think the idea of embarrassing him is good.... IF, you've taken all other steps first. Perhaps she should be standing next to him with a sign that says, "I failed to parent my child... Honk if you think I am a bad example".
Feb 11th 2011 11:50AM This is why bachelors degrees carry less clout and Masters degrees are needed... What's next, will we need doctorates to be competitive.
Jul 21st 2010 10:57PM So much for preferring higher floors to enjoy the view.
Jun 24th 2010 6:00PM That's a really good question Suzie. It would have to be up to each individual family. Something to keep in mind is that your college experience is what you make it. You can have a better result at lesser college if you put your mind to it. You can always transfer to a the top college or go to a graduate school at one later on.
Apr 20th 2010 8:56PM Well, I love having you as my editor, if that gives you any extra consolation
Mar 31st 2010 1:04PM Laura, check out Williamson college mentioned earlier in the comments section. www.williamson.edu
Mar 31st 2010 12:59PM Nice... as I said earlier... I attended college many years ago... and worked my way through with no grants and few scholarships.
Still, there is no reason students shouldn't be aware of routes that my make their journey easier.
Mar 31st 2010 12:52PM I whole-heartedly agree!
Mar 31st 2010 12:49PM This article was about colleges that are free to all, this is more of a scholarship... Still important though... thanks.
Mar 29th 2010 1:04PM Thanks for catching they typo... that happens sometimes. I am far past college years. In fact, I am about to send my own kids to college. I paid for college myself with much blood, sweat, and tears. This is why getting the word out about free and low cost opportunities is so important to me.