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Many Dropped Students Return to Kentucky State University

Kentucky State University says 70 percent of the students who were dropped for nonpayment are back at school.

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Determined D.C. Youth Takes Big Step Toward Fulfilling His Dream Move-in day? It’s Funeral Day for Michael Brown Educators Find It Challenging Getting Through to Most Connected Students Nonprofit Helps Steer High School Students Past Obstacles to College Success

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The other day, 18-year-old Michael Phelps dispelled any notion that he would never set foot on a Penn State campus as a student.

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Southern University System President Ronald Mason Jr. won’t seek or accept an extension of his contract when it expires next year, unless certain terms he has outlined are met.

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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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A culturally sensitive lens is needed when discussing housing and education.

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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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Bad Behavior on Social Media Can Cost Recruits

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At St. Paul’s Episcopal School in Mobile, Alabama, the high school that produced Crimson Tide quarterbacks AJ McCarron and Jake Coker, there’s a new preseason ritual for football players: the social media talk.

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A new study suggests that the selectivity of an institution is neither much help nor a hindrance to graduation.

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