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  1. The Cal State tuition increase, college promises and a crucial Supreme Court ruling: What's new in education today

    LATimes-Tennis 03.23 / 12:21 latimes.com
    Essential Education: Cal State trustees approve tuition increase March 23, 2017, 5 a.m. Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest:Students protested, but Cal State leaders voted to approve a tuition hike.Celerity Educational Group,…
  2. The Cal State tuition increase, college promises and a crucial Supreme Court ruling: What's new in education today

    LATimes-Personal Finance 03.23 / 12:20 latimes.com
    Essential Education: Cal State trustees approve tuition increase March 23, 2017, 5 a.m. Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest:Students protested, but Cal State leaders voted to approve a tuition hike.Celerity Educational Group,…
  3. The Cal State tuition increase, college promises and a crucial Supreme Court ruling: What's new in education today

    LATimes-MoneyCompany 03.23 / 12:20 latimes.com
    Essential Education: Cal State trustees approve tuition increase March 23, 2017, 5 a.m. Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest:Students protested, but Cal State leaders voted to approve a tuition hike.Celerity Educational Group,…
  4. The Cal State tuition increase, college promises and a crucial Supreme Court ruling: What's new in education today

    LATimes-Golf 03.23 / 12:20 latimes.com
    Essential Education: Cal State trustees approve tuition increase March 23, 2017, 5 a.m. Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest:Students protested, but Cal State leaders voted to approve a tuition hike.Celerity Educational Group,…
  5. The Cal State tuition increase, college promises and a crucial Supreme Court ruling: What's new in education today

    LATimes-AutoRacing 03.23 / 12:20 latimes.com
    Essential Education: Cal State trustees approve tuition increase March 23, 2017, 5 a.m. Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest:Students protested, but Cal State leaders voted to approve a tuition hike.Celerity Educational Group,…
  6. Shoe repairman's son to finish college as Summa Cum Laude

    Sunstar.com.ph - Cebu 03.23 / 12:17 sunstar.com.ph
    CEBU CITY -- Despite poverty, a shoe repairman's son will graduate from college on Saturday, March 25, with the highest award, Summa Cum Laude. Jireh Bautista, 21-year-old Computer Science student at Cebu Institute of Technology University (CIT-U), is the fourth child of Pantaleon, cobbler for 38 years now, and Belinda, a homemaker. On March 16, Jireh was recognized as Presidential Awardee for Academic Excellence as Class Valedictorian during the 2017 Parangal, an annual tradition in CIT-U…
  7. UST turns back AMA to seal clash with third-seed Diliman College in Republica Cup semis

    Spin.ph - Internet 03.23 / 11:51 spin.ph
    UNIVERSITY of Santo Tomas beat AMA University, 98-84, on Tuesday to secure the second spot in the 2017 Republica Cup college division basketball tournament at the Malolos Sports and Convention Center. Steve Akomo had 18 points, while Zach Huang chipped in 14 points for the Growling Tigers, who finished the elimination round with a 4-1 win-loss card. Marvin Lee added 11 points, while Oliver De Guzman finished with 10 markers. UST will…
  8. College girl found hanging in hostel room

    Siasat.com - Crime 03.23 / 11:50 siasat.com
    Jaipur: An 18-year-old college student allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling of her hostel room in Jaipur, police said on Thursday. A student of BA first year in Maharani college, Komal Prajapat was living in the college hostel. After appearing for an exam on Wednesday, she committed suicide Wednesday night, SHO Ashok…
  9. Midland College Math Department preparing student's for success

    Newswest9.com-TX 03.23 / 11:18 www.newswest9.com
    Several years ago Midland College partnered with the Dana Center. They were one of the nine schools chosen for the creation of new curriculum. Now Alma Brannan, Math Lab coordinator, gets to travel and go to workshops to speak about whats happening in…
  10. 10 Best Paying Outdoor Summer Jobs for College Students

    Insidermonkey.com - Markets 03.23 / 09:56 insidermonkey.com
    If you are a student, and you still don’t know how to spend this summer, the article about the best paying outdoor summer jobs for college students is probably the best thing you can read today. Summer holidays are great opportunities to do something new, to gather new experiences, meet new people... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]…
  11. University College School targetting national table tennis glory

    Hamhigh.co.uk - England 03.23 / 09:49 hamhigh.co.uk
    A school in Hampstead is ready to claim national glory at a major table tennis…
  12. Arizona Summit plans to affiliate with historically black college

    Nationaljurist.com - Education & Family 03.23 / 09:19 nationaljurist.com
    Arizona Summit Law School, a private for-profit law school, intends to affiliate with Bethune-Cookman University, one of the nation’s historically black colleges and u…
  13. Knox College announces 2017 Honorary Degree Recipients

    Knox.utoronto.ca - Education&Family 03.23 / 09:19 knox.utoronto.ca
    At its 173rd Convocation on May 10, 2017, Knox College will confer the degree Doctor of Divinity (honoris causa) upon the Rev. Dr. John Crosbie Carr, the Rev. Karen Horst, and the Rev. Dr. Harold G. Wells. The Board of Governors has selected these three individuals based on their creative and effective church leadership and […] The post Knox College announces 2017 Honorary Degree Recipients appeared first on Knox…
  14. For Low-Income Students, Public Colleges Are The Ivy League For Economic Mobility

    Wbur.org - Boston 03.23 / 09:19 wbur.org
    Our public universities and colleges are better at getting low-income students up the economic ladder than experts realized, writes Rich Barlow. But President Trump has no plan to support…
  15. Builders finish the roof at Bath College’s new Construction Skills Centre

    Nowbath.co.uk - Bath in Somerset 03.23 / 09:03 nowbath.co.uk
    Work on Bath College’s new construction skills centre in Radstock has reached an exciting point, with builders about to complete the roofing stage of the build. The purpose-built facility at Bath College’s Somer Valley Campus will be open from September for students studying construction trades. The team at Bath College took a trip up to [&#…
  16. College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Thursday

    All-the-news.com - Celebrities 03.23 / 08:13 all-the-news.com
    The NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen Round gets underway on Thursday March 23rd with four games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide. Bet NCAA college basketball at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where bettors can now Claim their Free 100% Bonus up to $ 1000. Sign up today and get into the excitement of…
  17. COLLEGE FB: Penn State names 2017 captains

    Standardspeaker.com - All Sports 03.23 / 08:07 standardspeaker.com
    Nittany Lions select 2017 football captains STATE COLLEGE — Penn State head football coach James Franklin announced Wednesday that senior Jason Cabinda and juniors Trace McSorley and Nick Scott have been voted 2017 team captains by their teammates. C…
  18. Study shows how price sensitive students are in selecting colleges

    Insidehighered.com - Education 03.23 / 07:30 insidehighered.com
    Every year, prospective students receive offers to attend their college or university of choice. And every year, some of them turn down those offers. Common wisdom holds that cost is a major factor in those students’ decisions. And new data from a private company provide insight into how much of a role costs play in turning students away from their top choice for college. Almost one-fifth of students who were admitted to their top choice of college or university in 2016 but…
  19. Court finds Christian college engaged in illegal discrimination in firing pregnant, single instructor

    Insidehighered.com - Education 03.23 / 07:30 insidehighered.com
    A federal judge has ruled that Northwest Christian University engaged in illegal discrimination based on marital status when it told an unmarried, pregnant instructor to either marry the father of the child she was carrying, stop living with him or lose her job. She refused the first two options and was fired. The basic facts in the case are not in dispute. The ruling was about how much leeway a religious college has in enforcing its religious teachings. That's an issue that could soon…
  20. Colleges announce commencement speakers

    Insidehighered.com - Education 03.23 / 07:30 insidehighered.com
    DePauw University: Jim Alling, CEO of Toms. Franklin & Marshall College: Wanda Austin, former CEO of Aerospace Corp. Guilford College: Patricia Timmons-Goodson, the first African-American woman to serve on the North Carolina Supreme Court. Le Moyne College: John Langdon, professor of history at the college. Liberty University: President Trump. Michigan Technological University: Paula L. Wittbrodt, vice president for international business operations at the Estée Lauder…