Planes were diverted to Canada on 9/11 to stay out of US airspace, which had been closed as never before. Foreigners opened up, and we’re grateful.
paying for college
We wonder if debt-free college in the US is a possibility by looking at the proposal advanced by Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee.
Student loan debt’s a growing problem. And when the government uses strong-arm tactics to recover money from borrowers in default, it gets ugly.
Egyptian high school students took an exam, the answers for which were posted on Facebook before the exam was even administered.
Beware promises colleges and grad schools make about employment after attending: some of the numbers are cooked.
The president at a small university in Md. stepped down under fire over his use of a bunny metaphor to describe freshman students.
IL has been without a state budget for 8 months, and bills are piling up. The Gov. vetoed a bill that would have provided MAP grants for college students.
It may not be a new idea, but wealth inequality has taken on life in current presidential debates. The issue resonates with voters in both parties.
How will you pay for college? You can start thinking about (and earning money toward it) as early as 9th grade with the idea of micro-scholarships.
The education plan put forth by the Republican presidential candidate earlier this month has a few holes and inconsistencies.