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D.C. charter board receives six applications for new schools
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Mar 16, 2015
“Six applicants have submitted proposals to the D.C. Public Charter School Board this spring to open new charter schools in the District, representing a variety of schools across all grade levels.The applications include proposals for a school focused on service learning, a Montessori elementary program, an alternative school and a competency-based program for teenagers and young adults.Read full article >>”
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MIT gets transcendental: Admissions decisions on ‘perfect’ Pi Day, 3.14/15
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Mar 13, 2015
“Anna Tiberi recognized, with joy, the date and time of the release of MIT admissions decisions the moment she saw it written out in numerals: “That’s pi!”For anyone in the midst of college-admissions anxiety — after all the stress that precedes the applications, and all the stress that piles on during the waiting — a happy coincidence, a moment of intentional silliness, is a truly delightful thing.Read full article >>”
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Videos replace essays and test scores for some kids’ college applications
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Mar 13, 2015
“Mitchell Moran-Kaplan did the usual drill for most of his college applications. But for Goucher College, the 18-year-old grabbed a digital camera last fall and went for a drive, gathering footage for a two-minute video that aimed to explain what he’s all about.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: Are colleges gaming their applicants?
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Mar 05, 2015
“As anybody who has been through it knows, the college application process is tough. In the following post, Liz Willen of the Hechinger Report looks at how colleges make it even harder for many students and asks whether applicants are actually being gamed by schools looking to boost their admissions numbers and lower their selectivity rates. Willen is the editor of The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education. This post, which I am republishing with her permission, appeared first on the Hechinger site.Read full article >>”
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5 Alternative Sources for College Financial Aid
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Mar 02, 2015
“The average cost for a year of in-state public college tuition and fees for 2014-2015 is $22,410, according to the College Board. When you see those numbers, it's not surprising the national student loan debt balance has reached $1.32 trillion. Filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the first step most families take to help pay for higher education through government loans, but for students and parents looking for additional funds to offset college costs (and graduate with as little student loan debt as possible), efforts shouldn't stop there. Scholarships are a great (and free) way to be awarded for your achievements and get extra money for college, but with scholarship websites and organizations boasting a seemingly endless supply of awards, applying can easily become a daunting and discouraging task.”
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Philadelphia could get first new charter schools in seven years
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Feb 18, 2015
“By Daniel Kelley PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Philadelphia's financially distressed school district, one of the country's biggest battlegrounds over the expansion of charter schools, will learn on Wednesday whether new charter schools will be approved for the first time in seven years. The Philadelphia School Reform Commission, formed in 2001 as part of a state takeover of the city's education system due to financial problems and low test scores, is slated to vote on applications for 39 charter schools. The district already has 86 charter institutions, public schools that operate independently and offer an alternative to schools run by the local school district. Proponents say charters can help get students out of low-performing schools, while critics blame them for worsening the district's finances. The American Federation of Teachers has fought against the nation's expansion of mostly non-unionized charter schools, including in Philadelphia.”
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Oops! (x 800) Carnegie Mellon tells hundreds of applicants they’re in — by mistake
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Feb 18, 2015
“About 800 applicants to Carnegie Mellon University got great news Monday — they were accepted to the prestigious school’s top-ranked master’s in computer science program, and even given helpful “bragging points.” But in a cruel computer glitch, those congratulatory e-mails were sent out by mistake. And another, much less happy and completely exclamation-point-free batch soon followed. As Gawker first reported, those students got a message that was pretty clear:Read full article >>”
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Former admissions director: Parents, calm down. Let Harvard go.
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Feb 17, 2015
“Like many who have worked in college admissions, she has heard it: All the worries from parents about “what they can do” to get their kids into Ivies.And she has read about a cluster of suicides that some attribute to stress, pressure on achievement.Read full article >>”
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Disputed Admissions at University of Texas
by NYT > Education

Feb 13, 2015
“A “select handful” of University of Texas applicants are approved at the school president’s direction over the admissions office’s objections, according to an investigation.”
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Some careers are hiding in plain sight
by The Traveler

Apr 28, 2015
“Responding to job postings provides employers with large applicant pools. Chances are slim for those that don't know job hunters' secrets to tracking down "hidden jobs".
The hidden job market is made up of all the jobs filled before they are posted, as well as all jobs received by people who did not respond to postings, said Donald Asher, keynote speaker of a live Web cast on campus titled, "Seven Secrets of the Hidden Job Market".”

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