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Is Out-of-State Tuition Going Out the Door?

By Christine Fisher College tuition these days can be expensive. This is especially the case for students who attend private schools or out-of-state public schools. While the cost ...
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89-year old and her great-granddaughter graduate from high school

When Cathleen ‘Kay’ Eddison dropped out of high school, she was a 16-year old in a family hit hard by the depression. She didn’t want to be a financial burden to her ...
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Urback: Calgary Board of Education’s absurd new grading system

By Robyn Urback, National Post The Calgary Board of Education will soon act to protect children from their own feelings. No longer will B-students have to shroud their papers in shame, ...
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The 12 most bizarre college courses offered in America

From “Seinfeld and Philosophy” to the “Science of Harry Potter,” there has been no shortage of peculiar college courses in recent years. In that spirit, CampusReform.org, ...
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Teacher posts “If You Like to Fu*k” gay sex poster in grade 7 classroom

A public school teacher has been ordered to work from home after posting explicit sex-education brochures in his Grade 7 and 8 classroom. Toronto District School Board (TDSB) officials ...
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Bitter high school senior is right, but for the wrong reasons

“What could I have done differently over the past years?”, Suzy Lee Weiss asks. “For starters, had I known two years ago what I know now, I would have gladly worn ...
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College journalism banner: “Our reporting should reflect the diversity of our audience”

Full disclosure: I didn’t go to journalism school. When the time came to declare a major, I opted for political science. That’s not to say I’m without credibility ...
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Infographic: Rising college tuition

With spring approaching, high school students are already looking into college plans. That means that parents are staring at the bank account–often with a sense of uncertainty ...
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Infographic: Is post-secondary education worth it?

Stories about students with post-secondary degrees working in restaurants and retail are all too common. Human resources experts admit that while a Bachelors degree would make an applicant ...
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Infographic: Why most college grads end up living at home

With the election upon us, it’s hard to turn on the television without hearing explicit references to jobs, and the need for more of them. There was a time not too long ago where ...
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