Most popular takeout cuisine and what people are ordering in the US

New research has revealed the most popular takeout in each American state with Japanese food being the most popular in 11 states. The research, conducted by MealDeliveryExperts, analyzed over 18 years of Google Trends data to establish the most Googled takeout in each American state. Japanese food was the second most [...]

By |2022-06-01T17:20:05-08:00June 2nd, 2022|Academics|Comments Off on Most popular takeout cuisine and what people are ordering in the US

New rankings of the best colleges in every state for 2022

Consensus, a unique college rating website that aggregates publisher rankings and student reviews, has published its ranking of the Best Online & Traditional Colleges in Every State for 2022. According to a news release, 73% of college students at all education levels attend public institutions, typically in their home state. [...]

By |2022-05-04T12:13:49-08:00May 5th, 2022|Academics|Comments Off on New rankings of the best colleges in every state for 2022

Spring into travel with ease at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

As spring begins to bloom and the sun lingers a bit longer each day, Visit Myrtle Beach strives to make it easy for travelers of all interests, ages, and abilities to take a much-needed getaway. Dubbed "America's Favorite Beach," Myrtle Beach, S.C. has been a staple destination for spring travel since the 1930s, [...]

By |2022-03-23T16:19:26-08:00March 24th, 2022|Academics|Comments Off on Spring into travel with ease at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

One-third of nurses plan to quit their jobs in 2022, new study finds

Nurses – the backbone of America's healthcare system – are facing severe challenges that are pushing them out of the workforce. That's according to a new data report released recently by Incredible Health, a career marketplace for permanent healthcare workers. The third annual report, Nursing In The Time Of COVID-19, finds that [...]

By |2022-03-16T09:58:13-08:00March 17th, 2022|Academics|Comments Off on One-third of nurses plan to quit their jobs in 2022, new study finds

Biden: Student loan payments restart Feb. 1, 2022

For almost 2 years many have had a pass on paying back their student loans but come Feb. 1, 2022, those payments will start up again. That's because President Biden has ended the student loan moratorium that will expire on Jan. 31, 2022, and payments are set to resume on [...]

By |2021-12-15T11:52:55-08:00December 16th, 2021|Academics|Comments Off on Biden: Student loan payments restart Feb. 1, 2022

Coastal Mississippi ushers in unexpected fall experiences

Ready for gumbo, gators and more? Coastal Mississippi: The Secret Coast is inviting travelers to expect the unexpected with experiences that you wouldn't normally think of along the Mississippi Gulf Coast's 62 miles of shoreline. In addition to an abundance of Gulf-fresh seafood and Southern hospitality, here's a sampling of the latest [...]

By |2021-10-13T11:25:26-08:00October 14th, 2021|Academics|Comments Off on Coastal Mississippi ushers in unexpected fall experiences

Survey: U.S. states with 2021’s least student debt

With the average student loan debt reaching $37,000 per borrower, a new report on "2021’s States with the Most and Least Student Debt" shows which U.S. states lead the pack. To determine the states that are friendliest toward student-loan debtors, WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia [...]

By |2021-08-25T10:02:47-08:00August 26th, 2021|Academics|Comments Off on Survey: U.S. states with 2021’s least student debt

States with the best and worst early education systems

With pre-school enrollment dropping by as much as 17% during the COVID-19 pandemic, you might be interested in knowing where are the States with the Best & Worst Early Education Systems. To determine the best early education systems in America, a new study compared the 50 states and the District [...]

By |2021-08-04T11:59:34-08:00August 5th, 2021|Academics|Comments Off on States with the best and worst early education systems

Some California students caught in the homework gap

It may not be that surprising but Black, Latino and American Indian/Alaska Native students living in rural communities in California are far more likely than their peers of color in cities to fall into the homework gap with no access to high-speed home internet or digital devices, a new analysis from [...]

By |2021-06-02T13:33:55-08:00June 3rd, 2021|Academics|Comments Off on Some California students caught in the homework gap

How-to guide for testing programs to reopen schools safely

As school systems across the country are grappling with complex questions on how to reopen safely, Testing for America, with support from The Rockefeller Foundation and the Skoll Foundation, released a new how-to guide to reopen – and keep open – the more than 130,000 K-12 schools in the United States fulltime. Published [...]

By |2021-05-26T11:39:00-08:00May 27th, 2021|Academics|Comments Off on How-to guide for testing programs to reopen schools safely

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