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Summary: Recent research has shown that fewer students are enrolling in legal programs, and more are joining engineering programs. Where are all the would-be lawyers going? Yes, enrollment has been down these last few years, reaching a nadir unseen since…>read moreNo Comment March 12, 2015
Summary: We have stumbled across a video that discusses the cost of keeping a prisoner in jail for one year and what it takes to educate a child for one year. Even though we have found a video that discusses the…>read moreNo Comment October 27, 2014
Summary: U.S. News & World Report has published the 30th edition of the Best Colleges rankings, adding new features such as crime safety reports and federal loan information. The 30th edition of the Best Colleges rankings has been released by…>read moreNo Comment September 10, 2014
Summary: A lawsuit has been filed in Florida alleging that a state funded voucher program, which provides scholarships to private schools, is unconstitutional. Florida’s school voucher program has come under fire: on Thursday, the Florida teachers union, school boards association,…>read moreNo Comment August 29, 2014
Summary: A young ‘President’ has filmed a pep talk for students and teachers across the country as the new school year begins. If you are looking to watch a cute, yet important video today, make the video embedded in this post…>read moreNo Comment August 20, 2014
White House Domestic Policy Council Deputy Director James Kvaal said on Thursday that the administration has revised the gainful employment rules that had been blocked in court in 2012. Ostensibly, the new rules have taken care of the loopholes that…>read moreNo Comment March 14, 2014
Because of a new interactive data-mapping tool provided by the Census Bureau which displays “the percentage of adults over 25 years old who have earned” their high school diploma or finished a GED equivalency program across each state and…>read moreNo Comment December 19, 2013
These are tough times for the liberal arts. This deepest of Western traditions, which extends to antiquity with the Greeks, continued through the medieval ages, blossomed again in the Renaissance, only to turn morbid and nearly die in the 20th…>read moreNo Comment September 25, 2012
How solid is your scientific theory when you have to resort to citing the Loch Ness Monster to substantiate it? Private schools in Louisiana, and a grade school in Westlake, Louisiana specifically, are planning on using a textbook published by…>read more1 Comment June 26, 2012
The University of Chicago is about to award an M.D. to its youngest candidate in the school’s history. A 21-year-old man from Chicago, Sho Yano, began college at the age of 9 and then began medical school just three years…>read moreNo Comment June 5, 2012
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