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Take the Money and Run: For-Profit Colleges, Student Aid, and the Bennett Hypothesis

Authored by James D WardIn 1987, then Secretary of Education William J Bennett, noted the link between the availability of federal student loans and the rapid increases in postsecondary tuitions In response to claims that higher education.

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The Most Politically Active Colleges In 2015-16 According To The Princeton Review

If you're trying to figure out which campus has the students most excited for the first presidential debate in the 2016 campaign, you might want to try George Washington University in DC Or maybe look to Vassar College in New York, or even the.

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University cash should be given to further education colleges, says report

Universities siton reserves of £123bn while more than one in four further education colleges is facing bankruptcy

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Retirees Thrive at Community Colleges

In addition to seeking a warmer climate, lower taxes and housing costs, many retirees are relocating to college towns that provide intellectual simulation for their golden years Many community colleges court these senior with free or.

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Lincoln bosses to run Saudi colleges

Lincoln College is awarded a £250m contract by the Saudi Arabia government to set up and run three colleges to improve education and training in the Middle East country

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Severed foot found in Bath may have been training aid, say police

Human foot discovered in a park in Bath could have been anatomical specimen used by schools or colleges, say investigatorsA severed human foot found in a park in Bath could have been an anatomical specimen used as a training aid, police have.

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Council 'acted unlawfully' over quarry

A high court judge rules a local authority should have insisted on an environmental impact assessment before granting planning permission for quarrying

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Ontario promises to increase student aid by rate of inflation

Starting September 2015, the province will be the first in Canada to raise the limit on student loans, and will offer a "debt rehabilitation program" to graduat

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32 jobs being lost at quarrying firm

Thirty-two jobs are being lost at quarrying and construction contractor P Clarke and Sons in Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh

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Josie Russell protests against quarrying near home town

Hammer attack victim Josie Russell made a rare pubic appearence as she protested against quarrying near her Welsh home town

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Do concessions work? DU asks colleges how many students got places through cut-off relaxations last year

In a renewed focus on applicants, Delhi University has asked colleges to present data on the cut-off relaxations given to women students last year

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Decision due on teacher college cuts

A final decision on plans to cut funding from two teacher training colleges in Belfast is to be made next week

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U of C bar trains staff in sexual assault prevention

As colleges across North America address the issue of sexual assault on campus, a University of Calgary student bar is taking a proactive approach to ensuring the safety of its staff and patrons Workers at the Den recently completed a three-hour.

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Executive overrules Farry on cuts

The Minister for Employment and Learning Stephen Farry is overruled by the executive in his attempt to remove £2m from the budgets of St Mary's and Stranmillis training colleg

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Severed foot found in Bath may have been training aid, say police

Human foot discovered in a park in Bath could have been anatomical specimen used by schools or colleges, say investigatorsA severed human foot found in a park in Bath could have been an anatomical specimen used as a training aid, police have.

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Colleges athletes already paid

Drawing by Michael Hogue/Dallas Morning NewsThe post Colleges athletes already paid appeared first on Letters to the Editor

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Decision due on teacher college cuts

A final decision on plans to cut funding from two teacher training colleges in Belfast is to be made next week

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Patrick to colleges: Hold line on staff growth

Lt Gov Dan Patrick on Thursday warned Texas' public colleges and universities that he intends to block any plans they have to increase their staffing levels will be blocked, his latest salvo against rising costs at institutions of higher education

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32 jobs being lost at quarrying firm

Thirty-two jobs are being lost at quarrying and construction contractor P Clarke and Sons in Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh

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Council 'acted unlawfully' over quarry

A high court judge rules a local authority should have insisted on an environmental impact assessment before granting planning permission for quarrying

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