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Friendship Public Charter School scraps plan to offer courses from Liberty University
by Education
Feb 18, 2017
“A course under consideration would have taught students how to “apply a biblical perspective” to speech writing.”
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College Costs Too Much? N.Y.U. Paves Way to Graduate Faster
by NYT > Education
Feb 17, 2017
“New York University will offer more classes, broaden its allowance for transfer credits and advise students on creating schedules to finish in three years.”
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Parents, daughter agree to drop college payment-tuition case
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News
Feb 14, 2017
“CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey man says he and his ex-wife are working to repair their relationship with their 23-year-old daughter after a state appeals court ruled the parents cannot be forced to pay her college tuition.”
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Pace University Names Head of Oberlin Its Next President
by NYT > Education
Feb 13, 2017
“Marvin Krislov, often a lightning rod over identity and free speech issues, is a former Rhodes scholar with three degrees from Yale.”
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Colleges Help Liberal Arts Students Find Careers
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News
Feb 13, 2017
“More colleges are developing career-oriented programs to help liberal arts majors bridge the gap in their degree to enter the job market. Unlike an undergraduate degree in a technical field such as nursing, engineering or business, liberal arts students tend to be exposed less to direct career messaging within their disciplines, experts say. According to the most recent survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, conducted in January 2016, 54.1 percent of the class of 2015 had found full-time employment.”
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Yale renames Calhoun College because of historical ties to white supremacy and slavery
by Education
Feb 13, 2017
“Yale University will no longer have a residential college named in honor of 19th-century alumnus John C. Calhoun, known for his support of slavery. The decision reverses one made last spring, when the university president said he wanted to confront, rather than erase, history. The college will be renamed in honor of an alumna, Grace Murray Hopper, who was a pioneering computer scientist.”
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