Lawrence G. Miller

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6 Reasons Americans May Want To Get Their College Degree Abroad

And not just because you want to save a pretty penny.<p>I have a little secret that I'm almost afraid to share with other parents of teenagers (I have three), but it's just too good to keep to myself: American families can save a hefty sum of money by sending their high school graduates to university …

College & University

The 50 most underrated colleges in America

We often hear about the best colleges in the US, but there are dozens more outstanding schools that don't always get the recognition they deserve.<p>To discover the most <i>underrated</i> colleges in America, we compared US News and World Report's rankings of the best universities and the best liberal-arts …

Who Cares Where Your Kid Goes to College? (The Myth of the Golden Ticket)

By and large, people I know are pretty bright. None would admit to believing in fairy tales about magical chocolate factories or would label <i>Willy Wonka</i> a "documentary." They are aware that there are no such things as Oompa Loompas or Vermicious Knids or Everlasting Gobstoppers. They accept that few …

3 Ways an Elite Education Can Hinder Your Success

Before you decide to invest over 100k in an elite education, it's worth learning and knowing the ways it could hinder your potential.<p>Times are changing. With technology and the increased access to information, the decision to pay for education is being questioned. We often think an elite education …

College financial aid shifting toward the affluent, study says

Are you getting gouged on college?<p>If you come from a relatively low-income family, there's a strong chance you are. In fact, you may be subsidizing the education of a student from an affluent family.<p>Why? Because many colleges, with limited pots of financial aid money, are cutting off the students …