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States spending the most on education – USA TODAY

News from States spending the most on education – USA TODAY: Thomas C. Frohlich, 24/7 Wall St. 9:59 a.m. EDT June 7, 2014 Spending per pupil is $ 19,522 in the state that spends the most on education.(Photo: Thinkstock) continues on States spending the most on education – USA TODAY >>> Read the full article [...]

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Have accountability and testing in education gone too far?: Speak out

News from The Times-Picayune: I remember testing days in school, when they would give us slices of orange as “brain food,” and we’d spend what seemed like day after day penciling in Scantron bubbles. As a student, it seemed like a useless waste of time, but it was just something you had to do. Today’s testing [...]

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Fiery Fatal Jet Crash Ended an Outing to Support an Education Effort

News from Boston.com: BOSTON — At the last minute Saturday, Lewis Katz, a philanthropist and co-owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer, invited Anne Leeds, a longtime friend and neighbor from Longport, New Jersey, to accompany him and two others on a quick day trip to Concord, Massachusetts. They were going up to help support a nonprofit [...]

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An Education, On The Inside

News from NY City Lens: Juan Echevarria, 38, a former inmate, works as a case manager at Exodus Transitional Community Inc., an organization that helps former inmates re-enter society (Lucia De Stefani/NYCityLens) On a gloomy afternoon in March, undergraduate students sat silently in a room in the southeast wing of the John Jay College of [...]

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Mayor Walsh’s top aide on schools steps down

News from Boston Globe: Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s top education adviser resigned Friday after less than four months in the job, marking the second significant departure in a week from the new administration. George S. Perry Jr., a longtime education consultant from Scituate, worked on Walsh’s campaign and was hired Feb. 3 as one of [...]

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It’s College Savings Day: Are You Saving Enough For Your Children’s Education?

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Apple debuts modest education discounts for iPad Air, Retina iPad mini

News from Apple Insider: By AppleInsider Staff Apple on Wednesday added the flagship iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display to the company’s long-running education discount program, the first time Apple has included the tablets in its less costly options for students and teachers. The base model iPad Air has been discounted by $ [...]

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For Some Foreign Students, US Education Is Losing Its Attraction – New York Times

News from For Some Foreign Students, US Education Is Losing Its Attraction – New York Times: HTTP/1.1 302 Found Date: Wed, 28 May 2014 02:15:34 GMT Server: Apache Set-Cookie: NYT-S=0M72zMbtLSDbXDXrmvxADeHE5FDmD999aKdeFz9JchiAIUFL2BEX5FWcV.Ynx4rkFI; expires=Fri, 27-Jun-2014 02:15:34 GMT; path=/; domain=.nytimes.com Location: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/26/world/asia/for-some-foreign-students-us-education-is-losing-its-attraction.html?_r=0 Content-Length: 0 nnCoection: close Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8 HTTP/1.1 200 OK Server: Apache Cache-Control: no-cache Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8 [...]

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At #STEMSTL forum, Chancellor Schrader stresses importance of education

News from Missouri S&T News and Research: Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader chats with fellow panelist Kevin Token of BSA LifeStructures prior to the “STEM: Growing Innovation” forum. With Schrader and Token are, from left, Mike Downing, director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development; Dr. Sharon Frazee of Express Scripts; and Dr. Terry Brewer, founder [...]

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‘Beyond the University: Why Liberal Education Matters’ by Michael S. Roth

News from Washington Post: By presenting his argument historically, Roth, president of Wesleyan University, maintains a judicious distance from his subject and avoids the trap — all too enticing for a zealous advocate — of delivering a passionate apologia for a broad generalization. Instead, he gives us a substantial and lively discussion that allows the [...]

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