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Approximately 40 employers and postsecondary schools from across the region will be on hand to discuss career and training opportunities at the Green River Area Development District's 2012 Regional Career & Job Fair in Owensboro next Tuesday...
Monday, May 14, 2012, due to complications of cystic fibrosis related diabetes, at Owensboro Medical Health System. She graduated from Holy Name School in 2001, Henderson County High School in 2005, and from Murray State University in 2009. Jennifer
Catalfo is a lawyer and comes most immediately from the Maryland State Department of Education, where she has served for the past 41/2 years as an education program specialist, where she was part of a team that oversees teacher certification.
Tenn. Daymar College has been hit again with a lawsuit claiming that the Kentucky-based for-profit chain of professional schools deceived students in Tennessee about the quality of its degree programs and left students deep in debt with few career
The Daily News, email@example.com /783-3249 Wednesday, October 26, 2011 11:57 AM CDT At least 20 companies will be at a job fair Thursday looking to fill more than 660 jobs. The job fair will be from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Greenwood Mall's main
Attorney General Jack Conway on Wednesday sued Daymar College, a private, for-profit "career college," alleging that it uses deceptive tactics and cheats students on textbook sales, federal financial aid and the quality of their educations. Daymar
Attorney General Jack Conway filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Daymar College, a private, for-profit "career college," alleging that it uses deceptive marketing and cheats students on textbook sales, financial aid and the poor quality of their
Expected to become the world's third largest economy in the next decade behind China and the United States, India offers an enormous opportunity for U.S. firms to add new business. That will be among the messages that Meera Shankar, India's
Kentucky has been stepping up its scrutiny of for-profit schools in the state. Now, state legislators are proposing legislation that would increase accountability and oversight of for profit schools, and the state's attorney general, Jack Conway, is
Rep. Reginald Meeks, D-Louisville, is sponsoring a bill to revamp the Kentucky State Board for Proprietary Education, which licenses 122 for-profit schools offering two-year associate's degrees, technical certificates or other diplomas in different