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Rebuilding schools could be one big job creator

Sep 6, 2011
As the unemployed and employed alike await world from President Obama on Thursday about how he plans to create jobs, some see a promising answer in the construction and refurbishing of our nation's schools.
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News Corp's new hacking fallout

Aug 30, 2011
The company's education business takes a hit from the scandal.
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USC launches largest fundraising campaign in higher education

Aug 30, 2011
The private university in Los Angeles wants to raise $6 billion in the next seven years. Will it work in this economy?
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Making professors more productive

Aug 25, 2011
The University of Texas has a plan to get more out of its faculty
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Arizona State janitors swept up by recession

Aug 23, 2011
A look at the ASU community after budget cuts forced out most of the university's janitorial staff.
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Missouri teachers sue to end ban on private messaging to students

Aug 22, 2011
The Missouri State Teachers Association has filed suit to block parts of a law signed last month by Governor Jay Nixon. The bill was designed to...
Posted In: Education, Facebook, schools, teachers, Twitter

Study: College does pay off

Aug 5, 2011
A new report from Georgetown finds college graduates make 84 percent more money than high school graduates. Other factors, like race, can matter too
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The debt ceiling and student loans: How the deal could affect your education

Aug 2, 2011
Some of the federal savings will come at the expense of graduate students who are losing a subsidized loan program which doesn't charge them any interest until months after they graduate.
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Teachers and students shall not be friends--at least on Facebook, in Missouri.

Aug 1, 2011
In an effort to protect kids from predatory teachers, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon just signed a bill that'll outlaw social networking between...
Posted In: Education, Facebook, social media

Public schools pass costs onto parents

Aug 1, 2011
A Texas school will charge students for riding the bus. It's another result of the budget crises most states find themselves in.
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