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Reuters Political science major Paul Fabsik wears a price tag hanging from his mortarboard. Recipients of some federal student loans will now have pay additional expenses as a result of the automatic budget cuts, known as sequestration that went into
Tuesday marks the 10th anniversary of Iraq war and brings back memories of conflict which caused death, despair and a complete transformation of life for many Iraqis. The Iraq war has also affected the US
The 2008 presidential election, to a great extent, was more about moving on from a known past into a fresh, hopeful future than it was about putting a qualified leader in. Déjà vu 2012. Only this go-round, whether the winner is
The United Kingdom that was once known for its pro-education policies has pushed students to the wall by raising university fees to $14,000. The fees would get triple to the existing fees and would be applicable from the next year.
Look over yonder and see what I see. People are marching most definitely. Do not turn your back now that anger is brewing. It is easier to drain a puddle than an overflow reservoir. Lack of work and continuous unemployment created a
As stated by the Secretary of Education Floridablanca, José de Jesús Calderón Rincón, the resolution is 7884 by which mentions the three classifications of schools according to their self and similarly regulated tuition
There was seen tremendous rise in fare of school children’s van.Formerly there was monthly 200 INR fare per student for the children in Ahmedabad. But now the fare
The Arizona Republic High school athletes who attend Mesa Public Schools have until Friday to request exemption from the district's new $100-per-sport pay-to-play fee. "We don't want to exclude anyone," said Mesa Public Schools Athletic Director
More and more Indian families are opting one child' formula despite double income...According to the study, private school fee has doubled in five years. In 2005, it was an average of Rs60,000 per year for a child but it has touched Rs1.2 lakh now.
Pain of Treatment Deepens With Rise in Medical Fees Steve Mbogo And Rawlings Otini 14 August 2011 Kenya's top hospitals have increased their charges by up to 40 per cent in the past four months, placing medical costs among the key drivers of the