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Monday, October 24, 2011

New national standards released today provide states, districts, online programs and other organizations with a set of guidelines for ensuring quality online courses in K-12 education. The guidelines, which were issued in the report National Standards for Quality Online Courses, Version 2, were released by a committee of experts established by the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL).
Are you still trying to decide if you want to pursue social media marketing plunge? Sandy Fivecoat, Founder of the WeAreTeachers online community for educators, suggests that companies that target teachers and educators should pursue this option. The bottom line of her findings: more marketers are investing in social media and using it for lead generation. For example, National Academy of American Scholars has invested in a Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and even MySpace presense.
We encourage all students to follow important senatorial sessions that affect education or student financing. Senator Harkin (D-IA), chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee, has released a draft of the Senate ESEA reauthorization proposal. The bill is scheduled for markup in the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee on October 18. As might be expected, the proposal does not suit everyone. The civil rights community is worried about an apparent backing off from accountability targets; a number of Republicans believe the federal role is still much too large, despite added flexibility provisions; and teacher advocates have concerns about the teacher evaluation process. State and local education agencies and state governors seem pleased to be relieved of some of the more onerous aspects of NCLB, but have their own concerns about other aspects of the proposal. It's also not at all clear how this comprehensive legislation will (or could) be reconciled with the more piecemeal approach the House of Representatives is taking, though that concern may be premature, as first the bill has to make its way out of the Senate

Friday, October 14, 2011

NAAS Financial-Aid, Scholarships. Loans


A summary of NAAS Financial-Aid products, and services.

If you are looking for information that covers, Grants, Loans, Financial-Aid, and Scholarships then the NAAS.ORG website is the channel for you. We have the latest and best sources of new, upcoming, and exciting financial-aid product releases RIGHT HERE!!


For up-to-date information, please bookmark this website. We encourage parents, educators, counselors, and students to explore the NAAS.ORG financial-aid website, and take advantage of the enormous opportunities. Don't let this wealth of financial-aid go wasted!! Apply! Apply! Apply!


Even if you have little or no interest in NAAS-sponsored awards, at the very least consider the many alternatives of our sponsors. There is no legitimate reason for any student to go without some source of financial-aid in the U.S.A. The money is right here!! Yes, the money is looking directly in your face. Really. Can you see it? I can! Explore the NAAS.ORG website to your heart's content and help yourself to the many opportunities that you see.


Whether it is loans, grants, financial-aid, or scholarships, the National Academy of American Scholars has the resources and connections to help you. Many of those resources and connections are displayed in fron of your eyes on this channel.


Parents, educators, counselors, and students may be happy to know that the latest versions of NAAS application forms are available. We have uploaded the latest NAAS Platinum, NAAS Gold, NAAS Silver, NAAS Bronze, NAAS-II, and NAAS eMicro loan applications. These forms are availableas either individual purchases, or to NAAS subscribers. If submitted online, or by fax, NAAS Award applications carry no processing or administrative fees.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Financial Aid News and Grants


If you're exploring options for paying for college, see our website at http://www.naas.org We have multiple options for students seeking financial-aid, grants,loans, and other sources of aid. National Academy of American Scholars offers multiple sources of information that contain various kinds of financial aid (loans, grants, and work-study), how to apply, common myths, and more.

Make sure you also visit our NAAS Student Forum. Financial aid professionals at banks, colleges, guaranty agencies, and other postsecondary or lending institutions will want to see our online reports and publications, regulations, and policy guidance on the administration of the student financial assistance programs.

If you're looking for grant information not related to student aid, we also have content and sources related to that subject also.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

NAAS Forum Hero Awards


To be a HERO member of the NAAS Student Forum board, you must have 500 posts. The posts must not be SPAM, but must add to the over-all quality of the board content.

We are no longer offering any sort of prizes, however.
The eligibility requirements are as follows:
1. You need not be a U.S. Citizen, but your posts need to be in English;
2. Your posts must be relevant to the category you post, and must not include outside links to to any other third-party or company;

NAAS Student Forum Subscriptions


Businesses may increase their commercial visibility by purchasing an NAAS Student Forum subscription. Here is what a subscription in the NAAS Student Forum can do for your business. A subscriotion to the NAAS Student Forum will allow you to place commercial advertisements, event announcements in our Calendar, prices, and active commercial links in any part of the NAAS Student Forum. All NAAS Student Forum subscribers will belong to a privileged forum membership group that allows for additional access rights, and privileges. Without a subscription, you do not have access to special features, and if your posts contain prices and/or commercial links to businesses then your posts will be removed.

The CURRENT costs of a monthly NAAS Student Board subscription that allows you to post non-repetitive commericial advertising links on the NAAS Student board is only $10.00 per month. Your advertisements may be flash, mp3, video, or images. When The board reaches 1,000 members, the cost will go up to $15.00 per month. Presently, we allow new advertisers the ability to lock in the low rate of just $10.00 per month for a lifetime now if they act within 30 days of becoming a new member. As the NAAS Student Forum grows in membership, and impression views, your business visibility will also grow.