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US global shift and the imperative for Higher Education

US global shift and the imperative for Higher Education

As the American era of global dominance draws to a close, higher education becomes more important than ever. … learn more→

College completion report part II: College aid and affordability

College completion report part II: College aid and affordability

Last week, we reported on the College Completion Agenda and the dismal rate of progress being made regarding progress in improving graduation rates utilizing a set of recommendations recommended by the College Board Advocacy and Policy Center Advisory Board. This week, we’re going to look at the Board’s findings regarding college affordability.  Although the economic … learn more→

Progress report: The College completion agenda

Progress report: The College completion agenda

Recently, members of the College Board Advocacy and Policy Center completed a progress report in conjunction with the College Completion Agenda Advisory Committee detailing the recommendations needed to reach an unprecedented educational goal. … learn more→

500 What?

500 What?

You’re ready to start tapping away on your keypad. You are excited to share with the college admissions staff your amazing attributes, your incredible GPA, your blow-them-out-of-the-water SAT scores, your passion for healthcare education, and the challenges you’ve hurdled to get to where you are today. Inspiring! Just be sure to keep your persuasiveness to 500 words or less. … learn more→

Teaching English in a foreign country - Life after College

Teaching English in a foreign country – Life after College

This article is the first in a series of posts about Life After College options, continued from Can’t Find A Job? 6 Alternatives For Life and Work After College. Getting a job teaching English in a foreign country is not exactly a walk in the park, but through the use of the internet and the ever-growing … learn more→