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More Than 30 Companies, Including Amazon, Facebook and Pfizer Vow to Create Economic Opportunities for Afghan Refugees
More than 30 companies including Amazon, Facebook, Pfizer, and Tyson Foods have vowed to create economic opportunities and provide resources for Afghan refugees as they start their new lives in the ...
September 22, 2021
Paying for New York’s Free College Tuition Plan
NEW YORK—Gov. Andrew Cuomo estimates it will cost $163 million a year to provide tuition-free public college to ...
January 12, 2017
Teen Pays Off College Tuition By Selling Newspapers Every Sunday
A 17-year-old from Tennessee said he's earned enough money to pay for his college tuition by selling newspapers ...
June 3, 2016
China’s ‘Little Emperors’ Refuse to Grow Up
The coddling attitude Chinese parents have toward their only children could undermine productivity, writes a Chinese social commentator.
October 25, 2015
Rising Tuition Fees a Burden on Both Parents and Students
Canadians are becoming increasingly concerned about the ever-rising costs of post-secondary education and who will pay for them.
August 27, 2014
University Tuition Fees Up By Over 3 Percent
University tuition fees in undergraduate programs across Canada have gone up by 3.3 percent according to Stats Can.
September 16, 2013
Students Unprepared for College, Say CUNY Officials
Students entering the City University of New York are not prepared enough—academically, emotionally, or financially.
April 26, 2012
Washington’s New Council a Bridge to Higher Education
In a move to address educational needs in the state, Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire last month signed a ...
April 18, 2012
Assistance Programs Can Discourage College Savings
According to a study by the New America Foundation (NAF), many of the financial programs for college loans ...
March 11, 2012
Andre Dickens Elected Mayor of Atlanta, Pledges to Combat Crime
Women’s Tennis Association Pulls Out of China Over Censorship of Peng Shuai
New Dinosaur Species From Chile Had a Unique Slashing Tail
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Activist Democrat Stacey Abrams Running for Georgia Governor
More Troops to Germany, Indo–Pacific Base Upgrades Included in Pentagon’s Posture Review
Senate Commerce Committee Deadlocks on FTC Pick Bedoya
Left- and Right-Wing Activists Protest Vaccinate Mandates in Los Angeles
Literature: Back to the Future: A Review of the 'Childcraft' Books
South Korea to Mandate 10-Day Quarantine on All Travelers Starting Dec. 3
15-Year-Old Charged as Adult in Michigan School Shooting