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Results suggest that graduates from humanities are more likely to pursue higher education, are less likely to be employed full time, are more likely to have jobs unrelated to their program, and are more likely to be overqualified for their jobs.
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Special Issue: Understanding the New Majority of Non-Tenure-Track Faculty in Higher Education—Demographics, Experiences, and Plans of Action. Adrianna Kezar and Cecile Sam. 2010.
“This monograph provides a portrait of non-tenure-track faculty, describes studies of their experiences, and proposes plans of action. 1,841 more words
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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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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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.