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States Investing the Most in Higher Education

247WallStreet.com, May 31, 2018 Last year, states spent over $83 billion on public higher education, or about $7,600 per student enrolled full-time in a public college or university. The states that spend the most per student include Wyoming, Alaska, Idaho, and North Dakota — states with lower population density and much smaller public education systems…

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How to focus on education while serving

Military1, July 26, 2016 It is important to decide upon a degree path and stick to it as best as possible. Military life happens and career and educational goals change, but you can’t finish your education if the end goal is a moving target. Read more>…

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Despite Hurdles, Students Keep Switching Colleges

The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 7, 2015 Some 3.6 million students entered college for the first time in the fall of 2008, at the height of the Great Recession. Over the next six years, they transferred 2.4 million times… Read More >…

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Colleges may no longer be the gatekeepers to the middle class

ConsumerAffairs, June 22, 2015 With high school graduation season reaching its peak, millions of 18-year olds who plan to attend college in the fall have just been through the nerve-wracking process of college admissions. A college degree has always been viewed as a ticket to the middle class, but in recent years that ticket has…

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Doug Falk, CIO, National Student Clearinghouse, Named Chairman of the Board, P20W Education Standards Council

HERNDON, VA, SEPT. 18, 2014 – Doug Falk, CIO of the National Student Clearinghouse®, was recently named Chairman of the Board for P20W Education Standards Council (PESC). Established in 1997 and located in Washington, D.C., PESC is a nonprofit enabling cost-effective connectivity between education data systems. The Clearinghouse provides educational reporting, verification and research services…

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