The state of general education within the US has long been a subject much in dispute. Critics have argued that the nation’s primary and secondary public education systems have lost sight of educating children in the core disciplines of science, mathematics and reading.
Not quite but it really feels like it to many, many people. The global recession and the national recession in the US officially came to an end in June of 2009 but no-one would really seem to know it. While the stock market has recovered somewhat the average investor is largely staying away from the markets because they same stacked against the individual investor.
One reason that many people find our services so vital to their success is that the costs associated with obtaining a higher education and a university degree have far outpaced inflation and have become so expensive. For instance, one report indicates that the state system in Florida, which is one of the cheapest in the nation, averages $29,410 for a bachelors degree alone when integrating all costs.