on training programs to become teachers growing big time due to the change in the economy.
Archive for July, 2009
has out a new report looking at the amount of students going to college and getting degrees.
They say that amount of students going to college is somewhat below the trend line set for 2015, but the amount of students getting a four year degree is right on the trend line.
They do say they the amount of Hispanics going to college om the state is well below the trend line though and needs to be fixed.
CNN reports that the first class of medical students at the University of Central Florida is going to be going to the medical college for free due to donations being made to the school.
The LA Times reports on the California college system hat could face declines.
USA Today is out with an interview with guidance counselor Gwyeth Smith who is the person in the book called “Acceptance: A Legendary Guidance Counselor Helps Seven Kids Find the Right Colleges — and Find Themselves”
The Des Moines Register reports on Morningside College and Maharishi University of Management who have been given the okay by the state to fast track a degree in teaching.
The AP is out with a new article looking at the new GI Bill.
The Oregonian reports on record college enrollment due to the change in the economy.
On a California bankruptcy ruling that is setting a precedent for the local school district.
They also report on the local school board turn has down a seven-point plan proposed by Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb to improve communications.
They also report on the school district that is backing off on a plan to layoff bus attendants.
on the principal and other administrators from the Hiatt Middle school going to parents homes to help answer any questions they may have.