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Florida approves online-only public university education

News from Yahoo! News: By Bill Cotterell TALLAHASSEE, Florida (Reuters) – Public university students in Florida next year will be able to start working toward college degrees without actually going to college, under a law Governor Rick Scott signed on Monday in front of educators and business lobbyists. The state-run University of Florida plans to [...]

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What Happens if Public Education Is Privatized? Clues From the Health Care …

News from Huffington Post: Do you ever wonder if the reporters and columnists for The New York Times read each other’s columns? In January 2013, Nate Silver, the FiveThirtyEight statistical guru, Eduardo Porter, who writes an Economic Scene column, and Reed Abelson, an Economix blogger, all wrote about the high cost of medical care in [...]

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Nonpublic special education school graduates outpace their peers in public …

News from Baltimore Sun: While most children see dream jobs, spouses and freedom in their futures, Brian Bailey saw only death. The autistic boy, who stopped speaking at 18 months, grew up with anxiety about getting older, and his rocky educational track record early on didn’t allay his fears. “I was obsessing from the beginning [...]

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California and the Battle for Public Higher Education

News from Huffington Post: I am a proud alumnus of the University of California, Berkeley. I graduated this past May after receiving a world-class education at a reasonable price. I took classes with exceptional professors and got to know students from all races, socio-economic backgrounds, and places of origin. Today, my fellow graduates are productive [...]

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At secretive session, North Korea’s parliament passes a law expanding public …

News from Washington Post: PYONGYANG, North Korea — North Korea’s parliament convened Tuesday for the second time in six months, passing a law that adds one year of compulsory education for children in the socialist nation, the first publicly-announced policy change under leader Kim Jong Un. The Supreme People’s Assembly’s second meeting of the year [...]

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Role of public education is key

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The end of public education in Philadelphia

News from Philadelphia Inquirer: If the School Reform Commission and Chief Recovery Officer Thomas Knudsen have their way, we may witness the end of public education in Philadelphia. A five-year plan proposed by Philadelphia School District officials calls for the overhaul of virtually every element of the system — from finances to academics to central [...]

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American Public Education Provides Small-Cap Growth At A Reasonable Price

News from Seeking Alpha: American Public Education (APEI): Small-Cap Growth at a Reasonable Price Growth stocks are defined as companies with high rates of change of earnings growth of 15% to 20% or better. Growth stocks offer the potential for share prices to rise in lockstep with their profit growth in the long run. Therefore, [...]

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Law could ‘leave public schools in shreds’

News from Seacoastonline.com: Rockingham County Sheriff Dept. arrest log – 6/1/2011 Maine lawmakers weigh ‘Caylee’s Law’ bills – 1/20/2012 Maine Diner owner Myles Henry dies at 54 – 12/5/2010 Memorial Bridge comes full circle as Foley marks closure – 10/1/2011 Police: Mover stole, forged, cashed checks – 1/23/2012 Woman accused of DWI says gun incident [...]

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China Reviews Public Education

News from Voice of America:  December 31, 2011 Photo: AP A girl writes on a chalkboard during a math class at Dongba Experimental School, a school for the children of migrant workers, in Beijing, August 25, 2011. China’s top lawmakers have begun reviewing the implementation of a 10-year education reform plan. The plan stresses the [...]

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