For-profit Corinthian Colleges, Inc. reached a deal with the Department of Education to sell or discontinue its programs over the next six months. The deal comes after the Department of Education added a 21-day waiting period to federal student aid payments going to the company on June 12. Continue reading →
Katie Wagner Roberts's insight:
72,000 students?! I am sad there are so many misdirected (and this is just the tip of the iceberg)...
For starters: Keep the room no warmer than 68 degrees, set up the chairs "so that attendees need to walk past sales tables in order to exit,” and be sure to have "For the Love of Money" by the O'Jays playing in the background.
Public Science Project has been successful at enlisting the help of young people and motivating them to engage in highly academic work in large part because they value what those youth bring to the table.
Next Tuesday, students from around the country are headed to the 2014 White House Science Fair hosted by President Barack Obama. In an effort to address gender gaps in scientific research and careers, this year’s fair will focus specifically on girls and women who are excelling in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, known widely in the education community as STEM. Continue reading →