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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
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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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When to Take the SAT
by NYT > Education

Feb 06, 2015
“Middle school students may be taking college admissions tests, but experts suggest that later is better.”
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Talking Head: Lani Guinier Redefines Diversity, Re-evaluates Merit
by NYT > Education

Feb 06, 2015
“Ms. Guinier, the first tenured woman of color at Harvard Law School, argues in a new book for a rethinking of the “testocracy” that is college admissions.”
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Strauss: When getting deferred from college is a gift
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Feb 03, 2015
“This is the sixth post in a continuing series about a high school senior attempting to navigate through the college admissions process. She is Samantha Fogel, a student at The Derryfield School, a private college preparatory day school for grades six through twelve in Manchester, New Hampshire. Samantha and her college counselor, Brennan Barnard, are documenting her application process in a series of occasional posts that include the voices of her parents, teachers, friends and others. Her story may help debunk some myths surrounding selective college admission while providing a window into a time of transition for one young woman growing up in rural New Hampshire.Read full article >>”
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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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Through community college partnerships, SMHS looks to boost local presence
by The GW Hatchet

Feb 27, 2015
“Media Credit: Courtesy of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Joseph Bocchino, the senior associate dean for health sciences in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, is leading an effort to partner with Virginia community colleges.
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences is planning a partnership with Virginia community colleges that would bring students with associate's degrees to the school’s health sciences programs.
The program — which Joseph Bocchino, the school’s senior associate dean for health sciences, said is in the early stages of planning — would mark another partnership between GW’s programs at the Virginia Science and Technology Campus and community colleges.
Students who have earned an associate's degree could enroll in the 2+2 program and take classes at GW to round out their health sciences training, a field with growing job opportunities as health care expertise becomes more in-demand, Bocchino said.
“Job opportunities for those trained in the health sciences are expanding like never before,” he said in an email. “Partnering with community colleges, such as Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA), helps us meet these growing demands.”
The school is looking to affiliate with all the local community colleges, he added.
The Virginia campus houses undergraduate programs in pharmaceutical sciences, as well as nursing and integrated information, science and technology. The School of Nursing has a similar partnership with Montgomery College in Maryland and the Virginia Community College System.
Offering programs to students who are already attending local two-year colleges can help spread awareness of GW in Virginia, Bocchino said. The medical school is already recruiting for a post-baccalaureate program that would allow students interested in going to medical school to complete requirements for admissions, as well as transfer into the pharmaceutical sciences program.
Bocchino said he hopes to start accepting students to other programs “in the coming years.”
By launching programs that target students at community colleges and promoting the programs on the Virginia campus at local high schools, the University is showing that it’s “accessible” to local students, he added.
Partnerships between public four-year universities and community colleges have long been common, but there are fewer between two-year colleges and private institutions, said Matt Giani, a research assistant professor in the Office of Community College Research and Leadership at the University of Illinois.
Giani called GW a “pioneer” among selective institutions for launching more partnerships with community colleges.
Community college students make up more than 50 percent of GW’s transfer students.
Offering clear pathway programs can ensure that students who start at community college will earn credits that transfer into the new institution, Giani said.
“While there may be a stigma surrounding community college students that they are less capable or qualified, the facts show that they perform at the same level and are just as likely to graduate as students who began at university as freshmen,” he said.”

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