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Reimbursements for A+ Program Might Be Reduced

The A+ scholarship program gives high school graduates who meet certain criteria money for two years of classes at community colleges.

Experts say faculty and administrators must teach students to master the “hidden curriculum” at their respective institutions.

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Alumnus Continues to Build On Dream at Southern Cal Report Recommends Educational Policy Adjustments to Aid Minority Males Role of Technology Growing in Realm of College Advising The Real Hero in Movie ‘Boyhood’ is Education

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Some Texas Students Pay More for Online Courses

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At the University of Texas at Arlington, students are charged an extra fee of $75 to $90 per online class.

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Several scholars suggest that variables such as having fewer financial resources per student or serving students with less academic preparedness should be factored in.

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The Real Hero in Movie ‘Boyhood’ is Education

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This Labor Day I saw the only real must-see movie for educators, the simple but very complex Richard Linklater film, “Boyhood.”

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A new report finds that most universities aren’t offering students enough help in understanding the financial burden posed by student loans.

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A federal appeals court has ruled that course syllabi are exempt from Missouri’s open records law because they are the intellectual property of faculty members.

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A new study challenges the notion that Black and Latino students are less likely to earn a college degree if they attend minority-serving institutions, such as a historically Black college.

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Sperling started the chain in the 1970s, and it became a major company and leader in adult education and online classes.

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