10 Unrestricted Schools PLR Articles Pack
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10 Unrestricted Schools PLR Articles Pack

In this PLR Content Pack You’ll get 10 Unrestricted Schools Articles with Private Label Rights to help you dominate the Schools market which is a highly profitable and in-demand niche.

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These Schools PLR articles are available in Text file format and can be downloaded instantly after purchase.

Who Can Use This PLR Article Pack?

  • Internet Marketers
  • Coaches
  • Affiliate Marketers
  • Digital Product Resellers
  • List Builders
  • Bloggers

What Can You Do This Schools PLR?

  • Resell it as an E-course.
  • Use it as blog posts.
  • Create an autoresponder series.
  • Create an ebook, video or report to resell or use it to build your email list.
  • Create any kind of info product which you can resell with a personal use license.
  • And MANY other ways!

Here are the titles of the 10 Unrestricted Schools PLR Articles Pack:

  1. Affluence Keeps Top Liberal Arts Schools Thriving
  2. Alternative Places of Learning in Schools
  3. Best Business Schools
  4. Exclusive vs. Co-Ed Schools – Which is Better
  5. F1 in Schools – F1 for Kid Engineers
  6. Humanities Schools Look for Meaning
  7. Liberal Arts Schools-Going Going Gone
  8. More Students Work Part-time for Schools and Off-campus Bosses
  9. Schools in Anime and Manga
  10. Students to Enjoy Textbooks at Lower Costs When Schools Start

Here’s a Sample Article So That You Know What To Expect From These PLR Article Pack):

Affluence Keeps Top Liberal Arts Schools Thriving

As the economic condition makes schools and universities take a long slow look at their finances, deciding what programs to continue and what to leave behind, it is becoming crucial to redefine what is important and not.

Now, more than ever, humanities programs in most educational institutions are already being discontinued. Though for most of the programs, the effort and motivation of everyone involved are appreciated, the simple fact is that the programs did not merit enough importance to run for another year or semester.

Most liberal arts courses include history, literature, cultural studies, gender studies, languages, religion and the arts. These days, students enrolling in a liberal arts program are discouraged. Some universities even turn away applicants into the programs. When faculty members resign or are transferred to another department, a few educational institutions no longer find replacements for them, wanting to keep their faculty members in the philosophy or language department to a minimum.

These are but only stopgap measures though. Some universities are now seriously considering whether to let their humanities programs continue or simply let them die a slow but inevitable death.

While one cannot help but lament current circumstances, budget cuts continue. In as much as universities want to provide kids with a liberal arts education, unless the economic landscape improves, it will continue to be out of reach for most students.

However, while liberal arts programs suffer in many universities, in top Ivy League Schools, the humanities departments continue to thrive. Endowments, donations and funds keep them alive. In these institutions, a liberal arts education is valued. Students are taken in, cared for, taught. Curriculums are developed. Time, patience and money are invested. They present an ideal breeding ground for a humanities education.

But first, students have to have the financial wherewithal to get into these universities and institutions

The scenario is all too familiar. The old struggle between the haves and have-nots. As they say, the humanities may, once again, go back to being “the province of the wealthy.” Yes, disheartening, certainly, particularly the way economic conditions have effectively cut off a greater portion of the populace from a humanities education.

In such conditions, it would be a much more difficult task for academicians in the liberal arts to disassociate themselves with the “Old Ivory Tower” perception. And while it is going to be interesting to watch efforts to develop literature or philosophy programs that offer economic value of any kind, in the confines of well-off academic institutions, it will not be that necessary. After all, the humanities is there to teach students every aspect of how it is to be human, to explore the human condition. And while critical, moral and ethical thinking is taught, the central essence of a liberal arts schooling is to think about life, about what we value in it, about what it means.

Please Note: The above content is only a sample preview of one of the articles in this PLR Article Pack so that you can see the quality of the content.

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[YES] You get all the articles with private label rights
[YES] You can brand the articles with your name
[YES] You can edit the articles
[YES] You can use the articles to create an autoresponder email series
[YES] You can use articles as web content
[YES] You can use articles as content for your ebooks
[YES] You can use articles as content for your reports
[YES] You can use articles as content for your off-line publications
[YES] You can use translate all articles to any language you want
[YES] You can sell the articles
[YES] You can sell them with resale rights
[YES] You can sell them with master resale rights
[YES] You can sell them with private label rights
[YES] You can add them to your membership sites
[YES] You can sell them in auction sites
[YES] You can use them to build your list
[YES] You can give them as a bonus
[YES] You can package them and sell the packages in any way you want
[YES] You can start a membership site and deliver articles to your members
[NO] You cannot give them away for free under any circumstances

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