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Colleges make up for financial loss on 'don't ask, don't tell'

May 2, 2011
The 18-year-old policy is on its way out. And for some schools that means federal funds are on the way in.
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Success varies for U.S. colleges in Middle East

Apr 28, 2011
Many American colleges have expanded their brands to the Middle East. But their record has been spotty.
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America's education footprint in the Middle East

Apr 28, 2011
A look at U.S. satellite, branch campuses and study abroad programs in the Middle East region.
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School budgets up for a vote

Apr 26, 2011
It's that time again in cities and towns across the country. We take an inside look at the battle in Cherry Hill, N.J.
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Tips for winning scholarships

Apr 15, 2011
Tess talks to FinAid.org's Mark Katrowitz about myths about financial aid and how students and parents can win extra scholarship money.
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A new digital tool for finding financial aid

Apr 15, 2011
Combining social media with scholarships, Connect Fund is a new tool college students can use to find financial aid specifically tailored to them. And it came from the mind of a fellow college attendee.
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Secrets To Winning a Scholarship

Apr 15, 2011
Title: Secrets To Winning a Scholarship Author: Mark Kantrowitz Publisher: Fastweb.com LLC Released: February 2011 Length: 134 pages Mark Ka...
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Picking a College 101

Apr 15, 2011
Students are deciding what college to attend. So here's some advice: Choose the one that's cheaper.
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Free iPad 2 for every kindergartener

Apr 11, 2011
If you happen to be driving through Auburn, Maine in early September, roll down the window and listen closely. You'll hear the sound of something...
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Arne Duncan on the future of education in the U.S.

Apr 5, 2011
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan says he believes the No Child Left Behind law needs to be fixed, and that the U.S. can lead the world again in college graduates.
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