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GUY Higher-Education Reporter July 25, 2014 12:38PM Education, government and non-profit leaders discuss how educators and business can work together in developing a skilled workforce, at the College Changes Everything Conference in Tinley Park.
Dozens of community college leaders, dissatisfied with how the federal government measures graduation rates at their schools, have signed up for an alternative reporting system that provides more information about student outcomes.
Debate and Discussion Swirl Around New Bond Measure and Affordable Housing Issue Thursday, July 17, 2014 Article Tools Though the view of the ocean from Santa Barbara City College will never grow old, administrators say its buildings have. To spruce
With 70% of students borrowing less than $6,000, this may come as a surprise. However, low graduation rates may explain why so many cannot repay these small amounts. Unfortunately, less debt does not equal fewer defaults, [...] Students who attend
Friends and family say Daniel McGuire was a charismatic man with a sense of timing for witty, inside jokes. McGuire, 25, was the sole fatality of a multivehicle collision on Highway 17 on Thursday when the driver of a big rig hauling dirt lost
We're all talking about a college affordability crisis, said Michele Siqueiros, executive director of the group that examined [...] A study released this week from the Campaign for College Opportunity found that almost half of the 64,000 students
Capitol Alert's Insider Edition app is now available for your phone or tablet...It's summer recess for legislators, most of whom have headed back to their districts, and for your humble AM Alert crew, it feels like all our friends went away to camp
Bristol Community College students praised the school's decision not to raise fees for the third straight year and said they would be hard-pressed to further their educations if costs increased. "I think it's a great thing," Sandra Caneira of New
It's conventional wisdom these days that a four-year college degree is a must-have in today's finicky workaday world, and there is plenty of data to back it up. Government data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that median weekly pay last
Adams, 38, dropped out of high school, worked for several years and then decided he needed to get his diploma and then a college degree. Adams got his GED, then, using remedial courses, passed several math classes to satisfy his math requirement and