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Department Of Education Says It Is Not Responsible For Closing For-Profit College

News from BuzzFeed: In an briefing call yesterday, a senior Department of Education official appeared to distance the agency from claims that it had intentionally caused the shutdown of a major for-profit college. After Corinthian Colleges announced in June that a financial penalty imposed by the Department of Education had placed it in danger of [...]

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Can squash be key to a college education? – Cincinnati.com

News from Can squash be key to a college education? – Cincinnati.com: Josh Pichler, jpichler@enquirer.com 9:09 p.m. EDT July 4, 2014 >>> Read the full article Related News: My Open Courses EducationDiscover the secret to true education as your eyes travel over these vital principles recognizing God as Source and Teacher. Under… Kindle Buffet: Find [...]

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

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Higher education Is college worth it?

News from The Economist: WHEN LaTisha Styles graduated from Kennesaw State University in Georgia in 2006 she had $ 35,000 of student debt. This obligation would have been easy to discharge if her Spanish degree had helped her land a well-paid job. But there is no shortage of Spanish-speakers in a nation that borders Latin [...]

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US Education Department denies request to release college records of alleged …

News from Boston.com: By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff The US Department of Education has denied a request by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth to release the student records of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, saying it would violate federal privacy law. â?œIt appears that the academic and financial records that have been requested would [...]

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Obama budget’s big education items: Preschool for All, college Race to the Top …

News from Christian Science Monitor: President Obama’s budget proposal gives the Education Department $ 71.2 billion in discretionary spending for fiscal year 2014. Preschool for All would be funded by a tax hike on cigarettes. With his budget proposal Wednesday, President Obama signaled once again that education – from early childhood all the way through [...]

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Obama budget’s big education items: Preschool for All, college Race to the Top

News from Christian Science Monitor: President Obama’s budget proposal gives the Education Department $ 71.2 billion in discretionary spending for fiscal year 2014. Preschool for All would be funded by a tax hike on cigarettes. With his budget proposal Wednesday, President Obama signaled once again that education – from early childhood all the way through [...]

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Skipping Out On College And ‘Hacking Your Education’

News from NPR: Hacking Your Education Ditch the Lectures, Save Tens of Thousands, and Learn More Than Your Peers Ever Will by Dale J. Stephens Paperback, 194 pages | >>> Read the full article Related News: Education Exposed: What teaching taught me about America’s failing education systemHave you ever wondered:• whether or not the exorbitant [...]

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Survey: College important, but it costs too much

News from Midland Daily News: A new State of the State survey shows that although more than 95 percent of Michigan adults believe college is important, more than two-thirds find it too expensive. Regionally, 98 percent of East Central Michigan adults — which includes Midland, Gladwin and Bay counties — see the importance of a [...]

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Private College Presidents Pay Increases Slightly: Chronicle Of Higher …

News from Huffington Post: — Compensation for private college presidents has continued to drift upward, while the number crossing the $ 1 million barrier – a signal of prestige, and a magnet for criticism – held steady at 36, according to a new survey. The latest annual compilation by The Chronicle of Higher Education covers [...]

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