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The 10 most expensive colleges in 2016-2017

The 10 most expensive colleges in the U.S. charge more than $66,000 for tuition, fees, room and board for the 2016-2017 school year.
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Roux family starts search for Roux Scholar 2017

The Roux family has started its search for a new Roux Scholar with the launch of the 2017 Roux Scholarship competition. 
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What do kids really need to know about computer science? New roadmap wins widespread support

K-12 educators in the U.S. are struggling. Like everyone else, they know that computer technology is a well-paying, in-demand field that’s desperate for a
Rondalynne McClintock, M.Ed:

A roadmap to computing success

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Meet the Young Geniuses Behind Obama’s Favorite Science Projects

The White House Science Fair and Maker Faire celebrate students pushing the limits of science and technology. With photography by Platon.
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Imagination is the only boundary to innovation.

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Admissions Game Helps Students Navigate College Apps | Education News

Students confused by navigating the college application process are about to get a little bit of help courtesy of University of Southern California researchers.
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I'm going to try this game out!

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The Hour of Code is here

The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries and over 40 languages. Ages 4 to 104.

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I love this annual challenge!  Are any of you or your students participating this year?  LMK

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holiday gifts, two ways.

Options are nice. And experimenting with a taste of something prepared one way and a taste of that same thing prepared in an entirely different way can be an exercise in sensory exploration that…
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Women in STEM: Take the lead to secure a path for the future

The interesting history and the current state of inclusion of women within various IT (STEM), information security and privacy events. Let’s dive in:
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This is a great read!

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6 Places to Find College Scholarships for Native Students

While parents and students are thinking about getting back to school, high school students should always be thinking about applying to scholarships.
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5 Scholarships That Don't Require A Great GPA

If you’re grades are less than stellar, this won’t come as shocking news: Not having a great GPA will disqualify you from a number of scholarships.
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Explore all avenues!

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E-Learning Certificate Program: Top Trends in Teaching and Learning with E-Books

Explore the latest resources and innovations to effectively select, create, and publish digital e-books to enhance learning.

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This is not surprising as we watch MOOC's gain in popularity

Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, November 18, 2013 12:30 PM

Reprint of the latest issue of the UW-Stout newsletter!

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5 High paying, big money scholarships | USA TODAY College

Some good opportunities here! 5 big money scholarships - http://t.co/UU0hRnIDKK
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More scholarship information on Big Money...

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Prepare for Financial Aid Changes in 2013

Some components of college funding will or could change this year.
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Financial aid changes ahead...

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GoldieBlox Wins Toys 'R' Us In Quest To Redecorate 'Pink Aisle' With Engineering Kits for Girls

Video When it comes to teaching little girls engineering, GoldieBlox, it turns out, is not too simple. It’s not too difficult. It’s just right.
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Statistics | National Girls Collaborative Project

The National Girls Collaborative Project brings together organizations throughout the United States and Puerto Rico that are committed to informing and encouraging girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)...
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Building Up STEM Majors

Colleges encourage support system for female science, tech students. (Building Up STEM Majors http://t.co/aUWlcxQMGs via @womeninworld)
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STEM majors Rock!

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CollegeMerit - Colleges that offer full merit scholarships

This is kind of slick: http://t.co/gNhjIufe8v Enter your GPA, SAT, & ACT scores, and it tells you which colleges will give you scholarships.
Rondalynne McClintock, M.Ed:

someCollege some colleges still offer free tuition.

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Army Emergency Relief announces 4614 scholarship awards - United States Army (press release)

Army Emergency Relief announces 4614 scholarship awards United States Army (press release) Army Emergency Relief recently announced the award of 3,469 scholarships for children of active-duty and retired Soldiers, as well as 1,145 scholarships...
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Scholarships for Children of Active Duty Military Members.

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Discover Scholarships That Celebrate America

Many organizations have dedicated scholarships for students expressing a passion for American subjects. (Many organizations have scholarships for students expressing a passion for American subjects.
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Scholarships for students expressing passion

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MacColl Johnson Fellowship

The MacCollJohnson Fellowship provides up to three $25,000 artist fellowships each year, rotating among composers, writers, and visual artists (We're now accepting applications for 2013 MacColl Johnson Fellowships: $25,000 for 3 #RI visual #artists.
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As college costs increase, alternatives arise - Daily Caller

As college costs increase, alternatives arise Daily Caller Peter Thiel, a venture capitalist who co-founded PayPal and made a key early investment in Facebook, launched a fellowship program in 2010 that required its participants to drop out of...
Rondalynne McClintock, M.Ed:

There are more alternatives appearing every day.

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New Papers on Effectiveness of Financial Aid - Inside Higher Ed

New Papers on Effectiveness of Financial Aid Inside Higher Ed WASHINGTON — As Congress begins preparing to eventually reauthorize the Higher Education Act, many suggestions have already been put forward for reorganizing and rethinking financial aid...
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Online Mini Course Focuses on Social Media for STEM Educators -- THE Journal

Science, technology, engineering, and math teachers who are seeking instruction in how to use social media in their teaching can now enroll in a free, online mini-course offered by the New Media Consortium.
Chris Carter's curator insight, June 25, 2013 5:20 PM

Free is a good price.

Chris Carter's comment, June 27, 2013 2:08 PM
Thank you, Rondalynne!

Whose Fault is It If Your Degree is Useless?

One senator has introduced a Know Before You Go Act, which insures that institutions release accurate statistics about completion rates, job prospects, and costs before students choose majors.
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Gov. Christie unveils college scholarships for women and minorities in ... - Hunterdon County Democrat - NJ.com

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Gov. Christie unveils college scholarships for women and minorities in ...
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