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Education Issues

College Students Build Innovative Apps

College students across the country are finding new ways to make college information systems easier to use, building apps that their classmates can access on their smartphones...

Grade Inflation Rampant on College Campuses

In the first half of the 1960s, 15 percent of college grades were As. Today, 43 percent of all college grades are As...

Tax Credit Scholarships Create Academic Opportunities

Fourteen states across the nation have tuition tax credit programs, enabling students to enroll in schools that they may otherwise not be able to access...

The Growth of Federal Involvement in Education

Federal education funding for elementary and secondary education was $6.7 billion in 1964 (in 2013 dollars). In 2010, it was $80 billion...

Lawmakers Focus on Student Loans

Legislators focusing on student loans could garner political support from young people in the upcoming 2016 election...

Texas Challenges Colleges to Cut Costs

States are responding to the federal government's failure to deal with tuition rise by offering innovative, inexpensive solutions...

Schools Set Up New Safety Measures

Districts across the country are taking measures to protect students against possible violence...

Judge Strikes Down North Carolina's Voucher Program

Parents in North Carolina had filed more than 5,500 applications seeking vouchers for their children...

New Education Poll: Parents Want Local Control

Fifty-six percent of Americans say that local school boards should have the strongest influence in determining what is taught in public schools...

A New Online College Model

Minerva is a new university that is seeking to change the face of higher education...


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