7 Free Shareable Quotes and Bible Verses with Images

7 Free Shareable Quotes and Bible Verses with Images

Maybe you know of someone who can use an inspirational quote or Bible verse today. Maybe that someone is you.

Here are 7 free shareable quotes and Bible verses with images:

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History of Christian Universities In The United States [Infographic]

History of Christian Universities In The United States [Infographic]

Christian Universities Online explains that the history of Christian universities in the United States dates back to 1636, with the opening of Harvard University who had a founding rule stating that all students should know God and Jesus Christ and for Him to lay the foundation for their education. While today, Harvard is more diverse in its acceptance of a student and their religion; many institutions were founded as a Christian university. The history includes universities such as Brown, Yale, and Princeton.

Currently there are 3.4 million students enrolled in private universities. The graduation rate at a private institution is 30% higher than public, but the cost is also more than double.

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Infographic: The Progression of Homeschooling In The United States

Infographic: The Progression of Homeschooling In The United States

The United States has a rich history of homeschooling K-12 students. Did you know that in 1840 almost half (45%) of all of the students in the U.S. were educated at home? Today, many parents are looking into a homeschool option for their child due to various reasons. The top reason for parents homeschooling is their growing concern about the traditional school environment.

Today, the nature of homeschooling looks a bit different with the introduction of K-12 online education. Here is a look at the journey of the past, present and future of homeschooling in the U.S.

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8 Fun Ways to Keep Learning During the Summer

8 Fun Ways to Keep Learning During the Summer

With the summer months upon us we have entered the “summer slide” where students began to forget what they’ve worked so hard to learn the past nine months. That old saying “use it or lose it” can be really true. Those times tables are not like riding a bike; if you don’t keep up with them, you will forget. However, continuing to learn over the summer doesn’t have to be a drag!

Check out these 8 fun ways to keep learning during the summer:

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