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My Education or My Girlfriend?

What would you do if your boyfriend or girlfriend asked you to quit school for them? Take our quiz and then find out if you would make the right choice. 

8 Things Your Teacher Won't Tell You About Education »

Driven to Learn
Part 1 of 3

Is your lack of motivation stalling your academic progress? You might be able to get things moving in the right direction if you can answer just one question:

Why is education so important anyway?

7 Tips for Getting Motivated to Learn »

Driven to Learn
Part 2 of 3

Feeling a little distracted and unmotivated to do your schoolwork? That’s natural. It’s hard to stay focused, even when life is fairly normal. When the distractions of life tend to keep you sidetracked, get moving again with some of the following suggestions.

7 More Tips to Keep You Going in School »

Driven to Learn
Part 3 of 3

When you’re a student, it’s hard to keep going day after day, isn’t it? As soon as one assignment is finished, you’re looking toward the next one. As soon as you’ve passed one test, you start the next unit of study. Maybe you found a few tips in part 2 to boost your enthusiasm. Keep reading for additional suggestions (tips 8 through 14) below. After all, you need all the help you can get!

Top 4 Benefits of Higher Education »

Continuing on After High School
Part 1 of 3

High school graduation is something most young people look forward to – not just because it’s an accomplishment, but also because of the freedom it brings. Many young people develop a negative attitude toward education. But we at Good Choices Good Life want to encourage young people to carefully consider their higher education opportunities

8 Tips for Choosing the Right College »

Continuing on After High School
Part 3 of 3

In Part 3, we’ll look at factors that you should keep in mind when choosing a school, some of an academic nature and others, non-academic. Consider hese three articles as your higher education “decision-making toolbox” and use them as you work through your plans for higher education.