on the Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.
Archive for August, 2010
The Washington Post reports on college students that are paying thousands of bucks to land an internship.
The Indy Star reports on more than 1,500 Purdue University faculty and staff that would be eligible for early retirement under an incentive package approved Monday by the Board of Trustees.
They also report on Gov. Daniels that wants colleges in the state to cut administrative costs.
The USA Today has an Interview up with Robert Neuman who wrote the book “re You Really Ready for College?”
The LA Times reports on a new report out saying that UC retirement funds are facing a shortfall of more than $20 billion.
The Tennessean reports on the Tennessean lottery scholarship program preparing for cuts.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports on two Chicago City Colleges that are 100% closing down the nursing schools they have due to accreditation issues.
The AP reports on private colleges that are acting local when it comes to financial aid.
The AP also reports on Tsinghua University, one of China’s top universities, that is going to be expanding the amount of the foreign students that is has.
who went dumpster diving to get school supplies for her classroom.
that are taking out loans from banks in order to pay their bills.