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Analysis: Is Student-loan-driven Education Bubble Next?

by Justin Pope, AP Education Writer | November 7, 2011 Are student loans and higher education the next bubble, the latest investment craze inflating o Read more

U.S. Department of Labor, Facebook Team Up on Jobs Page

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | October 21, 2011
Social media giant Facebook is now a “friend” of the U.S. Department of Labor, and the [...] Read more

Black Lawmakers Target High Urban Unemployment

by Christine Armario, The Associated Press | August 24, 2011
The Congressional Black Caucus organized a town hall gathering in Miami on Monday evening to ad [...] Read more

Commentary: Reducing College Costs Starts From Within

by Howard Freedman | August 19, 2011
While  college costs have outpaced the inflation rate, one way to curb college costs is to [...] Read more

‘Plus 50’ Completion Strategy Aims To Help Baby Boomers Attain College Degrees and Certificates

by Lauren Porter | May 31, 2011
Thirteen community colleges across the nation will help support the adults as they expand both [...] Read more

Perspectives: Desegregating the Legal Community

by Sarah Redfield | April 19, 2011
The lack of diversity in the legal field is grounded within America’s law schools. [...] Read more

Alumni Turn to Campus Career Centers for Help

by Associated Press | February 23, 2011
Downsizing has left many people with college degrees searching for a job or contemplating a new [...] Read more

New Report Details Minorities’ Struggles to Bounce Back from Recession

by Amara Phillip | January 24, 2011
The Center for American Progress’ report reveals sobering statistics and similar stories acro [...] Read more

Education, Treasury Secretaries Highlight College Tax Credit in D.C. Student Meeting

by Joyce Jones | January 21, 2011
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan teamed up with U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner to hos [...] Read more

US economic outlook 2011

by IB Times Staff Reporter | January 11, 2011
Many economists believe that US economy will continue to grow around 3.5 percent in 2011, led [...] Read more

Elderly Increasingly Looking to College to Boost Job Skills

by Associated Press | November 30, 2010
Community colleges report increasing number of older students looking to remain competitive in [...] Read more

Think Tank Program Focuses on Nontraditional Learners

by Joyce Jones | October 26, 2010
Center for Postsecondary and Economic Success advocates for policies and funding for low-income [...] Read more

Opinion: Assessing the Broad Picture of Asian-American Achievement

by Michael Honda | September 7, 2010
Although Asian-Americans boast the highest college graduation rates among ethnic groups in the [...] Read more

Underrepresented Minorities Hit Hard by California Graduate Study Fees

by Lydia Lum | July 20, 2010
Rising fees for graduate programs at University of California campuses threaten to undermine g [...] Read more

Height’s Legacy Stirs Push for Social Work Act Passage

by Dianne Hayes | April 29, 2010
Among social work professionals, the late Dorothy Height is celebrated for the prestige her act [...] Read more
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