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The Seattle Times, WA

Americans Owe Three Times As Much for Student Loans As They Did a Decade Ago

Americans Owe Three Times As Much for Student Loans As They Did a D...

April 10, 2018

A new study shows who owes the most money on their student loans, and where they live across the nation. Washington residents fare well compared to the national average.
A new study shows who owes the most money on their student loans, and where they live across the nation. Washington residents fare well compared to the national average.

April 10, 2018

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The Wall Street Journal

One Year of ‘College’ With No Degree, But No Debt And a Job at the End

One Year of ‘College’ With No Degree, But No Debt And a Job at the End

April 10, 2018

New schools tout themselves as alternatives to college in the digital age, but they lack the traditional benefits of a postsecondary education.
New schools tout themselves as alternatives to college in the digital age, but they lack the traditional benefits of a postsecondary education.

April 10, 2018

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The Hill

When You Cut the Humanities, What You Lose Is the Human - Opinion Piece

When You Cut the Humanities, What You Lose Is the Human - Opinion P...

April 10, 2018

Cynthia Nazarian writes: Yet criticism of the humanities seems commonplace among policymakers. That is in the face of contrary evidence including a recent study by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences showing that humanities graduates have similar rates of employment and job satisfaction than those in other fields
Cynthia Nazarian writes: Yet criticism of the humanities seems commonplace among policymakers. That is in the face of contrary evidence including a recent study by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences showing that humanities graduates have similar rates of employment and job satisfaction than those in other fields

April 10, 2018

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Some Colleges Share Lists of Early-Decision Admits. Now the Justice Department Is Investigating.

Some Colleges Share Lists of Early-Decision Admits. Now the Justice...

April 09, 2018

The Justice Department is investigating whether colleges violate antitrust laws by exchanging information about applicants admitted through early-decision policies. The behind-the-scenes practice, which some colleges have long engaged in, is meant to ensure the integrity of so-called binding early-decision programs.
The Justice Department is investigating whether colleges violate antitrust laws by exchanging information about applicants admitted through early-decision policies. The behind-the-scenes practice, which some colleges have long engaged in, is meant to ensure the integrity of so-called binding early-decision programs.

April 09, 2018

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Inside Higher Ed

‘SNL’ Features DACA

‘SNL’ Features DACA

April 09, 2018

President Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has caused distress on many campuses and lobbying by many educators. The issue is now also the subject of the satire of Saturday Night Live.
President Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has caused distress on many campuses and lobbying by many educators. The issue is now also the subject of the satire of Saturday Night Live.

April 09, 2018

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