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The Rising Underdog: Cambodia

The spotlight is southbound as foreign investors slowly shift their attentions to developing Southeast Asian countries, such as Cambodia. The many challenges and sociopolitical issues that the country used to face has begun to dwindle as the growth rate continues on a steady rise and foreign entities begin to sprout on local soil. 412 more words

Education

Don't Let Summer Escape

As the anticipation of college builds up, take a few deep breaths, slow down & enjoy the remainder of your summer. Try some of these things before summer is over. 250 more words

College Experiences

Watch Out, Higher Education, Congress Has You in Its Crosshairs!

Higher education institutions and their lobbyists better keep a sharp eye on what is happening on the Hill in D.C. There is trouble brewing.

Politico.com published the… 584 more words

Higher Education

College Immunization Requirements

Before you can start college, your school will required proof of your immunization records for certain vaccines. Each school varies, so please contact your school’s health office regarding their vaccination rules. 119 more words

College Experiences

The Secrets to Successful North American Applications

Getting a student visa for North America isn’t really difficult.

Most applications are rejected or taking a long time due to missing documents or other misunderstandings. 92 more words

Education

If ‘top girls’ opt for jobs over degrees, what can schools do to prepare them?

Blog by Activate Learning Group Chief Executive Sally Dicketts.
Folllow Sally on twitter @sallydicketts

The headmistress of one of Britain’s best-performing schools predicts that in future more of the brightest schoolgirls will favour employment over university when they turn 18. 502 more words

Furthereducation

GiveCampus (YC S15) Aims To Make Higher Education Fundraising More Social

Institutions of higher education devote a major segment of their resources to raising funds, but the manner in which they do so hasn’t significantly changed in the face of the new sharing economy. 365 more words

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Tana Daily Telegraph reblogged this on Tana Daily Telegraph and commented:

“So there’s an enormous divide between people with the inclination and the capacity to give and people who give to higher education.” - original author