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Program Gives Parents Opportunity to Get Community College Education for Free

Nov 18, 2016 AM EST A new program allows the parents to eighth- and ninth-grade Birmingham city school students to go to Alabama community colleges for free.

IMLS Competition Inspires Students to Learn STEM Through Video Games

Nov 18, 2016 AM EST The Institute of Museum and Library Services has announced the winners of a competition that inspires students to apply STEM education to creating educational video games.

New LinkedIn Report Shows Most Popular Employers and Jobs for 2016 College Graduates

Nov 17, 2016 PM EST A new report from LinkedIn shows the most popular choice of employers and jobs that 2016 college graduates have.

Cleveland State University Officials: Reminded Not To Use School Resources For Political Opinions

Nov 17, 2016 PM EST Cleveland State University faculty and staff are reminded not to use school resources to express one's personal political opinions after an instructor told her class that they will march against ...

D’oh! Homer Simpson To Introduce Philosophy at University of Glasgow

Nov 17, 2016 AM EST The University of Glasgow will conduct a short philosophy course involving Homer Simpsons.

Racial and Ethnic Harassments Reported in Different Schools After the Elections

Nov 17, 2016 AM EST Several reports of harassment have been reported in various campuses ever since the results of the recent U.S. presidential elections have been released.

Indiana University Caught Purchasing Brains of Aborted Babies for $200

Nov 17, 2016 AM EST An invoice showing the purchase of aborted baby brains proves that Indiana University in involved in the procuring of aborted baby parts, according to the Indiana Right to Life Society.

Christian College Expels Students For Posting Racial ‘Blackface’ Video

Nov 16, 2016 PM EST A Christian college in West Texas expelled some students for posting a racially-charged 'blackface' video that violated school rules and caused an outrage in the school.

Expert Financial Tips on Going to College Without a Major

Nov 16, 2016 PM EST Going to college without knowing what to major in might cause a student to spend more time and money in college. To help face the risks, here are some financial tips from the experts.

College Degrees Pay Off in the Long Run for Arizona Workers, Study finds

Nov 16, 2016 PM EST A study of pay records belonging to more than 270,000 Arizonans showed that the higher the degree of education a person has, the higher the salary bracket he/she might have.

Students in Princeton University Hackathon Develop Algorithm That Identifies Fake News on Facebook

Nov 16, 2016 AM EST A group of four students developed an algorithm, in the form of a Chrome extension, that identifies if a Facebook post is authentic or fake.

‘Pushy Moms’ Push Underprivileged LaGuardia Students to Proceed to Top Colleges

Nov 16, 2016 AM EST Volunteers in the "Pushy Mom" program push LaGuardia Community College's underprivileged students to make it to a four-year education in top colleges.

Essay Featuring a Painful Childhood Memory Gave Student Entry to 14 Colleges Including Harvard

Nov 16, 2016 AM EST A Harvard graduate shares how her essay, featuring a painful childhood memory, got her acceptance in 14 different universities.

A College Counselor's Guide On How To Ask for a Teacher’s Recommendation

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST A college counselor gives tips on how shy students can approach their teachers to ask for a letter of recommendation for college.

How The College of New Jersey Helps Low-Income Students Persist and Succeed in Science

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST The College of New Jersey's PERSIST program helps students from low-income families succeed in their chosen science fields of Biology and Chemistry.

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