Flexibility Is The Key Word In Online Schooling

I just realized that by one simple lightening strike most certainly will effect my nephews recent effort to utilize the online degree programs in game design┬áthat he is supposed to start next week with one of the Online Degree Programs that he has been so excited about starting for some time now and that he found by using http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/. I guess that is one major draw back about using an Online School to further one’s education that is such a big hit with so many people now.

Now most people would be able to go to the library and use the computers that most libraries have now for the general public to use for free, but my nephew has such a wacky work schedule. Most of the time he works at night as a D.J. I’m not sure how his hours are going to match up with the local libraries that are down there and close to their home. But if he wants it bad enough, he has youth on his side, I’m sure he will figure something out until they get the situation at home taken care of. After all one of the main reasons to take classes online is all about flexibility, right!

I asked my sis if they had home owner’s insurance and┬áthank fully she does, but she thinks that her policy has a $1,000 deductible and that is going to suck, big time. I have never heard of a $1,000 deductible before, I think that that is totally outrageous and I can only hope that are premiums are way, way low to have such a high deductible to handle at a time of crisis.

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