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Local College Fab

‘Tis a scroll, holding by thee
Have they seen many times free?
‘Tis the ultimatum of someone
‘randomly’ chosen by anyone
I know you didn’t understand… 126 more words

Education PD: Courses from Colleges of Education

iTunes U has published a collection of free, online courses on a variety of topics from several prominent Colleges of Education. These courses cover topics such as educational technology, student engagement, special education, and more. 13 more words


Schools are open; the complaining continues

At the opening of the new public school season someone reading articles and editorials here in North Carolina would assume that children can’t be taught because mean, nasty State legislators (naturally Republicans) won’t give teachers high pay, retirement and healthcare benefits and teaching assistants. 285 more words

Education Politics

7 Benefits of Eating Raw Food

7 Benefits of Eating Raw Food.

Along with air and water, food is essential to human survival. Like air and water there is a direct correlation with the quality of the food that you consume and your health and wellness. 436 more words


Teach Me On a Sunday: A foray into the world of the MOOC

I spoke earlier in the week about the capacity for the internet to make positive change in my post about crowdfunding the Nebia shower. Today I wanted to share my experience around free online education, something that I am wholeheartedly on board with! 802 more words


Sorry Mrs. Clinton, but a College Education is Not a Right

Hillary Clinton is now trying to court young voters by proposing an education plan that would make a college education almost tuition free. Her plan would cost $350 billion over 10 years and would come in the form of grants to states, along with measures to coerce universities and colleges to lower tuition rates. 527 more words

Free Education

For affordable and decent housing - for a student union run letting agency!

This post, originally published on the Leeds Socialist Students blog, is written by Maddy Steeds who is both a member of Socialist Students and Leeds For Free Education’s press officer. 318 more words