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Adam Sandler’s Education Background

Adam Sandler is an American actor, comedian, screenwriter, musician, and film producer who was born on September 9, 1966 in Brooklyn, New York. Sandler is the son of Judy and Stanley Sandler. His mother is a nursery school teacher and his father is an electrical engineer. EDUinReview will now take a look at this hilarious actor’s education background.

Sandler was born in Brooklyn, but when he was five-years old, his family moved to Manchester, New Hampshire. Sandler attended Manchester Central High School, which is when he first discovered his comedic talent. When Sandler was 17, he  performed at a Boston comedy club as an impromptu decision. It was his first step to becoming a stand-up comedian.

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Most Expensive Colleges for the 2010-2011 School Year

The Most Expensive College in America: Sarah Lawrence

The Most Expensive College in America: Sarah Lawrence

College is expensive and, thus, a luxury, but despite tuition rates on the rise across America and an economic recession, many universities are still meeting and exceeding enrollment goals. Some speculate that the steady enrollment is because people chose to go back to school, or stay in school, if they can’t find a job.

But how much are you willing to invest in your future?

Since 2000, public university’s tuition rates increased, on average, at a rate of 46.5% and private non-profit schools averaged an increase of 30.8%. Read the rest of this entry »



Is Tuition Insurance Worth the Money?

moneyWe insure our cars, our houses, and sometimes even our pets. So, why not insure tuition? For a few hundred dollars, parents can purchase insurance for their child’s tuition in the event they drop of out college for medical reasons. With parents gawking at the semester’s $25,000 tuition bill, it’s no wonder some are considering tuition insurance. It has other parents, however, wondering if those extra hundred dollars are worth it, considering that bank-breaking tuition money they are already struggling to come up with.

The largest tuition insurance provider, A.W.G. Dewar, a unit of OneBeacon Insurance Group Ltd., said that insuring a child’s education is a solid investment. Providing plans for more than 1,000 of the U.S.’s priciest, private schools and elite colleges, Dewar often sends out insurance brochures to families when it comes time for parents to pay for tuition. Read the rest of this entry »



Student Debt – Who is to Blame?

478790_loan_applicationCollege Board® recently found in a recent study that the average student debt from a private school for bachelor’s degree was around $22,380.

In another study, according to the research and advocacy organization Project on Student Debt, in Oakland, California, 10 percent of 2007 and 2008 graduates had accumulated over $40,000 worth of student loan debt. They gathered this data per calculated Federal statistics.

While the students are burdened with the debt, in my opinion, the responsibility also falls upon the financial loan providers and the colleges who connect the students with their loan sharks.

In reality though, prestigious universities are not likely to discourage student loans to afford their hefty tuition rates.

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