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SU program that helps students with intellectual and developmental disabilities gets $2 million

From the The Daily Orange: “The Lawrence B. Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education at Syracuse University has been awarded a $2 million grant to further develop its InclusiveU program. 94 more words


Exam Anxiety (a cartoon)

A “Rick the Rabbit” cartoon about Linear Algebra.


It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Financial Aid Season!

FLOC is committed to ensuring that every student obtains a postsecondary credential, which requires the financial means necessary to obtain it.  The high cost of college and vocational school can present a barrier to our students and their families.   280 more words

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California’s Community Colleges Can’t Live With Accreditor, Can’t Live Without It

A handful of California’s community colleges may have a problem offering new bachelor’s-degree programs, as planned, by 2017.

The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, one of the nation’s seven regional accreditors, had asked the U.S.

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Three Reasons for Those Hefty College Tuition Bills

What should we do about the high cost of higher education? As we pick the next president, that question should feature prominently in the public debate.

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Community Colleges Becoming Prime Destination for Faculty

A­fter spending nearly 20 years working in corporate America for companies like General Electric and Digital Equipment Corporation (Hewlett Packard), Dr. Winston Maddox wanted to make a difference — so he turned his attention to teaching.

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The Supreme Court’s Rehash of Fisher and Affirmative Action

After the Supreme Court’s second go-round with the Fisher vs. UT-Austin case last week, the big headline to emerge isn’t about whether the high court sends it back to the lower court, or if this is the start of the beginning or the end of the use of race in admissions.

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