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Dyscalculia generally manifests itself as a difficulty with numbers, counting, and calculating: understanding abstract mathematical concepts or working with numbers and symbols. It is something that I have struggled with myself and is something that is substantially difficult to overcome. 212 more words

Howard University To Pay Students Who Graduate On Time

Seniors gearing up for graduation at Howard University can breathe a little easier now; the Mecca is implementing a new practice that will surely lower some of those Sallie Mae student loans. 268 more words


Welcome to the new website for Fenland Drumming School


Here in you will find all the contact information regarding drumming lessons.

Also there will be sections dedicated to hints and tips, lessons for you to try and other resources. 11 more words

Ohio Conference President Provides Senate Testimony on the Decline in State Support, Administrate Bloat, the Cost of Intercollegiate Athletics, and Faculty Workload

Testimony of John T. McNay, Ph.D.,

President Ohio Conference of the American Association of University Professors,

Before the Ohio Senate Finance Committee,

Senator Scott Oelslager, Chair, 1,729 more words


Is College Really Worth It? Perspective From an Educated, Unemployed Slacker.

After a short stint at Community College in the 90’s majoring in mid-grade weed and disk golf, i once concluded that a college degree wasn’t necessary. 2,250 more words


Students Block UC Santa Cruz Entrances To Protest Tuition Hikes

SANTA CRUZ (CBS SF) — Student protesters shut down the University of California, Santa Cruz campus Thursday over possible tuition hikes and nationwide police violence… 213 more words


Tuition equality bill advances in Senate

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Legislation that would make undocumented students eligible for in-state tuition is advancing in the Senate.

The measure sponsored by Republican Sen. Todd Gardenhire of Chattanooga passed the Senate Education Committee 6-2 Wednesday evening. 99 more words