Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Justin Urbas - Higher Education Gets Easier with the Aid of Professional Consultants

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After students finish their higher education the next big step in their academic pursuits is higher education. Depending on the stream one chooses, finding the right universities and colleges is an important task. Educational consulting services can help you find the right options to achieve your higher education objectives. They are experts who work with students as well as institutions to find the best ways of improving higher educational standards.

Top colleges and universities usually hire education consultant services in order to find solutions to the most common academic or organizational challenges. They can suggest the best ways to improve upon the teaching standards, and create innovative action plans for faculties to follow. Reputed consultants are qualified individuals that work with the administrations of top schools, colleges and universities to improve the curriculum according to modern standards.

For students, availing the services of an experienced higher education consultant is a sound decision for a number of reasons.

Why Students and Parents Can Gain from Hiring Qualified Higher Education Consultants?

1. One and one consultation with parents regarding the future of students
2. They can suggest the best path to follow in regards to higher education
3. They have extensive knowledge about the best options in each stream
4. They will suggest the best courses and institutions following assessment of a student
5. Education consultants ensure that students gain admission to their chosen universities/colleges.
6. They offer their help and expertise to make the admission process hassle-free and effortless.
7. Reputed education consultants can help you succeed academically and craft a better future. Justin Urbas is a leading consultant who works closely with students as well as institutions.
8. Leading consultants around the USA offer professional services at very reasonable rates.
9. They can act as a medium of communication for foreign and non-native students who are seeking admission to top universities.

Different Types of Higher Education Consulting Professionals

One must realize that educational consultants might be of three types. Here are the types according to their respective functional areas.

Consultant for students - These are individuals who work with students and parents to find the best higher educational options. Services provided by them include helping the student gain admission.

Consultant for schools and colleges - This category of educational consultants work closely with the admins and faculties of educational institutions. Their duties span areas including resolving and improving HR, curriculum, faculty matters and educational activities.

Education industry consultants - They work with education companies, to find the best solutions for improving both teaching and learning experiences. Their job is to maintain and enhance the quality of education.

Schools and colleges rely on educational consultants to find solutions to any kind of academic or curriculum related issues. They are expert communicators who work with institutions of all types, and sit with their administrations to assess key needs.

Accordingly, they determine the best solutions to simplify and enhance the entire educational process. Consultants work with school and university boards to determine the changes that need to be incorporated. Students, institutions and education companies across the USA keep benefiting from professional education consultant services.

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Thursday, May 4, 2017

Educational Consultant Cara Ray--What's Her Story?

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Reflections On A Long Academic Life

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Like Caesar’s Gaul, my academic life has been divided into three parts, each 15 to 20 years in length. The first period, 1965-81, was during higher education’s Golden Age. For many years, I received double digit annual salary increases, time off for research, et cetera. Because of soaring enrollments, faculty were scarce so their clout was pretty substantial. It was a great time to become a professor. Academically, I established myself as an economic historian, writing up to a dozen papers a year in the early 1970s, mainly on labor economics topics, like the positive contributions of internal and international migration and the economics of slavery. Federal involvement in higher education was growing, but from an extremely small base and the cost of college was falling relative to incomes.

The second part of my career was from 1981 to about 2000. This was my public policy phase, starting out with a stint with the Joint Economic Committee of Congress. It was the early stages of the supply side economics revolution, and I put my training in public finance to good advantage. In this period I turned out my most important academic work with my colleague Lowell Gallaway, Out of Work: Unemployment and Government in Twentieth-Century America, but also began writing a lot for the popular press, which continues to this day. Lowell and I annoyed the daylights out of Ohio’s Governor (as evidenced by him attacking us at a press conference), which made me feel good in a way: more than some obscure academics thought our work had consequences.

More at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/ccap/2017/05/04/reflections-on-a-long-academic-life/#249f0c6845a1
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