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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Colleges’ Use of a Foreign-Worker Program Draws Mixed Reviews

Colleges’ Use of a Foreign-Worker Program Draws Mixed Reviews

April 21, 2017

Even as President Trump called this week for toughening the regulation of H-1B visas, American colleges and universities have been expanding their use of the program for highly skilled foreigners in order to sponsor international entrepreneurs and start-up founders for temporary work permits.
Even as President Trump called this week for toughening the regulation of H-1B visas, American colleges and universities have been expanding their use of the program for highly skilled foreigners in order to sponsor international entrepreneurs and start-up founders for temporary work permits.

April 21, 2017

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Inside Higher Ed

Plan Would Impose Fee on Future GI Bill Benefits

Plan Would Impose Fee on Future GI Bill Benefits

April 21, 2017

A plan set to be considered by the House Veterans Affairs Committee next week would require service members to pay into the GI Bill to receive future benefits, according to multiple reports this week. The proposal has split veterans' organizations who advocate with members of Congress.
A plan set to be considered by the House Veterans Affairs Committee next week would require service members to pay into the GI Bill to receive future benefits, according to multiple reports this week. The proposal has split veterans' organizations who advocate with members of Congress.

April 21, 2017

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

A Key Tool’s Outage Threatens to Set Back Financial-Aid Reforms

A Key Tool’s Outage Threatens to Set Back Financial-Aid Reforms

April 21, 2017

An online tool that helps people retrieve tax data and fill out the application for federal student aid is out of commission. That threatens to undermine long-sought changes in the financial-aid application process.
An online tool that helps people retrieve tax data and fill out the application for federal student aid is out of commission. That threatens to undermine long-sought changes in the financial-aid application process.

April 21, 2017

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Bloomberg

Should DeVos Block an Embattled Student Loan Giant's Expansion?

Should DeVos Block an Embattled Student Loan Giant's Expansion?

April 21, 2017

Student loan giant Navient Corp. shouldn’t be allowed to buy $3.7 billion of federal student loans from JPMorgan Chase & Co., current and former government officials have said, because pending government allegations of wrongdoing against the company raise concerns that new customers would similarly be mistreated.
Student loan giant Navient Corp. shouldn’t be allowed to buy $3.7 billion of federal student loans from JPMorgan Chase & Co., current and former government officials have said, because pending government allegations of wrongdoing against the company raise concerns that new customers would similarly be mistreated.

April 21, 2017

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Bloomberg

How a Gift of Coke Shares Helped Make These Colleges Richer

How a Gift of Coke Shares Helped Make These Colleges Richer

April 21, 2017

A $7 million gift in 1953 has grown to almost $3 billion worth of Coca-Cola stock, buffering college endowments against low returns.
A $7 million gift in 1953 has grown to almost $3 billion worth of Coca-Cola stock, buffering college endowments against low returns.

April 21, 2017

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