looking at how much each state is going to have to spend to implement the common core standards. They have three different levels of costs which includes one using lots of open source materials, one using mainly hard cover books, and one using a combo of the two.
Archive for May, 2012
which is up from 874 Billion 3 months ago.
The article looks at some ivy league schools where financial aid cuts costs big time.
On the flip side though…
Ivy League colleges post record low acceptance rates
during the economic downturn.
The latest study from the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development is out. They say only 51% of recent college grads have a full time job right now, although 75% of them had a full time job at some point of time. Around 66% of people polled said the first job they had was at least somewhat related to the agree they got. They also say that grad students are racking up higher debt levels than non grad students.
USA Today has up a new article on students and college debt.