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- College Possible Helping Hundreds Of Philadelphia-Area High School Students Take Leap Of ...That sacrifice finally paying off with Paye graduating from Upper Darby High School thanks to a non-profit program called College Possible. Read more »
- UVa alters undergrad education programs as part of statewide effort on teachingVirginia is in the midst of a multi-pronged effort to attract, train and retain more teachers. The University of Virginia has helped tackle that effort in part ... Read more »
- Dads are more educated than childless men — and more Father's Day facts... the report noted that may be the result of age since the chances of becoming fathers and reaching higher-education levels increases with age. Read more »
- California Could Fund Second Year of Tuition to Low Income College Students"The exorbitant cost of higher education will continue to deepen the income inequality that many Californians are experiencing today, unless we do ... Read more »
- HE vision: Transformational, does govt have the will?The draft NEP is over 450 pages and divided into four main parts and an addendum. About 136 pages of it is devoted to Higher Education (HE). Read more »
- Govt decides not to set up new universities in stateThe decision, according to sources, was taken during the general council meeting of the Karnataka State Higher Education Council (KSHEC) recently. Read more »
- Oberlin libel lawsuit raises questions of community, free speechOBERLIN — The city of Oberlin is quiet this time of year — its population of 8,200 ebbs and flows in tune with the Oberlin College school year, ... Read more »