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St. Cloud State University Wins Dismissal of Discrimination Lawsuit

A federal judge has dismissed a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former administrator against St. Cloud State University.

Gov. Bill Haslam on Wednesday urged students to take advantage of his program to cover a full ride at two-year colleges for any high school graduate.

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Increasing College Diversity

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In most four-year college strategic plans, there is a good-faith statement calling for increasing diversity as an institutional goal. There are good — even noble — reasons for doing so.

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Report: Mixed Picture for Young Immigrant Deportation Relief Program  Going Forward, New Federal Loan Guidelines for College Seen as Helpful Teach for America’s Diversity Milestone Key Step Toward Reshaping Public Education  Federal Government Awarding $28.4M to Provide AP Exams for Underprivileged

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The medical school professors no longer want Kadiatou Fanta in the classroom. Her boyfriend has broken up with her. Each day the 26-year-old eats alone and sleeps alone. Even her own family members are afraid to touch her months after she survived Ebola.

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In an effort to boost college readiness and save money for students from families of lesser economic means, the U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday announced that it had awarded $28.4 million in grants to states in order to offset the cost of Advanced Placement exams.

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Some college and universities are releasing average salaries earned by students according to their major and campus to help calculate return on investment.

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However, critics say it does nothing to repair catastrophic damage caused as a result of 2011 changes to Parent PLUS loan.

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A former federal judge is resigning as an attorney for Alabama State University.

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Most people know that the job market is particularly tough right now for recent college grads. But so tough that about half of them are either unemployed or underemployed?

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