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Professors Object to FAA Restrictions on Drone Use

University and college professors are complaining that government restrictions on the use of small drones are likely to stifle academic research.

William Carey University is offering a new online degree for administrators and teachers who want to help other teachers improve their classroom instruction.

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Kenneth E. Reeves, facing front, discusses his trailblazing role as a student at Harvard College and later as the first African-American mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo Courtesy of The HistoryMakers Collection at the Library of Congress)

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The Education Department on Wednesday apologized for a tweet that depicted a scene from the movie Bridesmaids with the words “Help me. I’m poor” imprinted on it as part of an effort to get students to apply for federal aid.

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Generation X: The Distinguished Generation

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A recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center earlier this spring focused on Generation X. This is the group of Americans born between 1965 and 1979.

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An Education Trust study urges federal action on four-year institutions falling within the bottom 5 percent of colleges on access, graduation rates, and student loan repayment performance.

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Jim Rogers, a philanthropist and education advocate who served as chancellor of Nevada’s higher education system from 2005 to 2009 without pay, died Saturday evening at his Las Vegas home after a bout with cancer.

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In collaboration with Arizona State University, the company will pay employees’ college tuition during their junior and senior years.

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In Case You Missed It…

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Ex-Offender/Law School Grad’s White House Access Plight Brings Reality to Table Educators Applaud President Obama’s Order Capping Monthly Student Loan Repayments Author Tells College-Bound Students to Embrace International Challenge Rockin’ or Rowin’ the Boat: 10 Responses to Institutionalized Racism

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When a delegation went to the White House recently to deliver a set of policy recommendations related to President Barack Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, one brother was kept out — ostensibly because of his background as an ex-offender.

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