Education News For January 16, 2012

January 16, 2012 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

The Detroit News reports on medical schools seeking more body donations.

The New York Times reports on California leading the nation in unaccredited schools while enforcement is lax.

The Union Tribune reports on new presidents at California State University campuses that would be paid salaries benchmarked against the average pay of their counterparts at comparable public universities under a policy that will be considered by the system’s governing board Jan. 25.

The Des Moines Register has an article up on The Iowa Legislature and of the state’s institutions of higher education that are working together to provide about $1.3 million in additional financial aid support for Iowa National Guard members.

The Tennessean reports on new tougher math and reading standards in the state.

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