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PS 69, Staten Island's One-Of-A-Kind School Opts For A Student-Centric Approach!

Jun 06, 2016 AM EDT Principal Doreen E. Murphy, supported by a dean, two education specialists, and three assistant principals spearheads Staten Island's second-largest elementary school, PS 69.

Top Engineering Schools In USA 2016: How To Find The Right Graduate School?

Jun 04, 2016 AM EDT Without-a-doubt, engineering is among the highest paying degrees, and thus a prevalent choice for students who are keen on developing, building products and those interested in science and maths

Memorial Day Weekend Concludes With 69 People Shot, Six Fataly; City's Violence On A Rise?

Jun 03, 2016 AM EDT In one of the concluding shootings of the Memorial Day weekend, just around midnight, two people reportedly pulled out guns and began firing in East Garfield Park.

Christian Student Groups In America Require A Permit To Speak To Other Students?

Jun 02, 2016 AM EDT Earlier this month, reports indicating the North Carolina State University separated a student Christian group from the rest of the student population surfaced online. This indicated that the ...

Racially Diverse High Schools In America Are Throttled By Low Confidence; Is There A Solution?

May 31, 2016 AM EDT North High School was suppressed by low expectations not too long ago as several struggling minorities' students were either given seventh-grade worksheets or an easy extra credit so that they could ...

US College Ranking 2016: Times Higher Education Working On A New College Ranking For U.S.

May 31, 2016 AM EDT New ranking of colleges, slated to be published in September 2016, has been developed with guidance from vital United States sector groups and experts.

Top 25 Business Colleges: Public Colleges That Shot Ahead Of Top Private Schools!

May 31, 2016 AM EDT Those who aspire for a degree in business more often than not face this dilemma: Will taking on some $28,400 in student debt, contribute to higher earning for a lifetime?

Career Services And Academic Advising: Which Of The Two Fields Assure A Better Job Outlook?

May 28, 2016 AM EDT Making a choice between an internship in career services, or one in academic advising can be really tricky, but thankfully people who can help are within reach - in fact, just a post away.

Best Online Programs 2016: Number Of Students Opting For Flexible Online Programs Continue To Rise!

May 28, 2016 AM EDT Students enrolling in distance education courses have an opportunity to pick flexible online programs for finishing degrees, upraising or changing their careers and acquire new skills.

Community College Students Who Became Famous; Actors, Politicians And Others In The List!

May 27, 2016 AM EDT Looks like a good news for those prepping to attend a community college in the fall, as they'd not only be in good, but also famous company.

Timothy V. Kaufman-Osborn Attributes Decrease In Faculty Members' Participation In Shared Governance To Uncontrollable Forces!

May 27, 2016 AM EDT Timothy V. Kaufman-Osborn holds forces beyond their scope of control responsible for the attrition of faculty members' participation in shared governance.

Tanishq Abraham, 12 Accepted At UC Santa Cruz And UC Davis!

May 26, 2016 AM EDT Tanishq Abraham, 12, intends to become a doctor by the time he turns 18, and judging by how things are going for this young Indian-American boy, he may become one well before his 18th birthday.

Drink Spiking: Urban Myth Or Reality? U.S. University Students' Shocking Confessions Revealed!

May 26, 2016 AM EDT Drink spiking is often considered just a myth - an urban legend invented by people who probably drank too much, but is that really the case?

Physical Violence In Schools Decline; The Unceasing Efforts Of Educators Is The Secret

May 21, 2016 AM EDT High school educators are still working hard in a bid to oust physical violence on campus, and as a result, occurrences of school crime and bullying have declined considerably.

UNK Upset with $65,000 Clery Act Fine

Aug 07, 2014 AM EDT The University of Nebraska at Kearney is disappointed with the $65,000 fine imposed against the school by the U.S. Department of Education for violating the Clery Act.

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