Category: Education Policy

Everyone has heard about the Bloomberg Businessweek school ratings, and most business-niched higher education institutions really used to compete for a place in the Businessweek top of best business schools. Earning a place as high up as possible in their …

Is Bloomberg Businessweek Top School Listings Still Relevant? Read More »

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The problem of the rising college tuition fees and of the lack of any sustainable solutions seems to have reached its critical mass point. On Thursday last week (the 12th of November), a so-called million student march took place in …

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The Supreme Court has been quite busy making news in the field of education and employment this summer. On Friday June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States of America made a bold, monumental move. This ruling on …

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Just a few days ago, Jay Ambrose’s new article raised a couple of questions on the current state of higher education in our country. As everyone is probably aware from the grim news on student debt we are constantly exposed …

Are We Heading for a Student Loan Bubble Burst? Read More »

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The first trimester of 2015 brings with it bad news for the ever-delicate problem of rising college tuition statistics. Unlike the more socially-oriented education system of European countries, the American higher education landscape has always been marked by the struggle …

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The federal government and state of Connecticut choose the Naugatuck Valley Community College, also referred to as the NVCC, along with 270 other schools to be primary recipients of a massive grant program. The support from this grant amounts to …

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Are you interested in helping animals? Then, you consider a career as a Veterinary Technician. Not only will you get that opportunity to save the lives of animals, but you’ll also be part of one of the  most popular career …

The Top 10 US Schools for a Degree in Veterinary Technician Read More »

Breaking news for higher education in the state of Nevada: the State Government passed grants for local community college career training. The Nevada State government just passed a bill just this past September 29th 2014 for a grant program worth …

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Two universities from Ohio recently partnered with the manufacturer of an electronic voting system to make voting easier for their students. The University of Akron and the Case Western Reserve University announced on Monday, September 22nd 2014, that they opened …

The New Partnership Between TurboVote and Ohio Universities Simplifies Student Voting Read More »

Acquiring higher education was never a cheap endeavor for anyone involved. This reality is especially true now more than ever. Without financial aid, obtaining a college degree proves to be extremely expensive. More and more graduates question whether the degree …

State Funding Levels for Higher Education Financial Aid Read More »