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Igbariam –  A former Military Head of State, Gen. Yakubu Gowon (rtd), said on Wednesday that an Igbo president would help heal the civil war wounds, maintaining that he supports the idea of rotational presidency… 429 more words

African News

Kaplan Survey: A Majority of Future Law School Students Plan to Shoulder Most of Their Tuition On Their Own, But Many Will Also Rely on Mom and Dad

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–According to a recent Kaplan Test Prep survey of over 900 prospective law school students, more than a third — 36% — plan to fund their entire legal education all on their own, while another 22% say they’ll shoulder more than half of their tuition — a hefty responsibility, as law school tuition and fees run up to about $40,000 a year.* Only a lucky (or hopeful) 10% say they won’t pay for any of it. 403 more words

Student Loans

Time to debate overhaul of legal education

n mid-February, I received a letter from the new dean at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law asking me to consider donating to its student financial aid program. 672 more words

Creating versus complaining...

A month or so ago I attended a behavior analysis conference for work. It was a 2 day event with presentations from various researchers, students, professors, scientists, and ABA providers. 412 more words

Autism

Students lose faith in professional disciplines

Zachary Zimmern knows the value of a legal education. He can count it in dollars spent on tuition and in the number of interviews he was able to obtain after graduation from Brooklyn Law School in June 2012. 1,198 more words

Student Loans

#LightItUpBlue for Autism Awareness Month

#LightItUpBlue

Step-In Autism Services of Alaska

Events we are sponsoring during the month of April, 2015

Thursday, April 2: World Autism Awareness Day – LIGHT IT UP BLUE! 188 more words

Parents