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College Costs Higher Than Previous Years

October 05,2010 by: Susan Edmondson

Education remains an important aspect in the economy, but studies show that it also requires a lot of money to get through. Gallup Inc and Sallie Mae reported lately that families have paid more on college education in 2009 to 2010 than the previous years. How America Pays for College, the said report, was conducted by calling up undergraduates numbering to 801 with ages 18 – 24, and parents with 823 respondents from the month of March to May.  Gallup conducted the survey by requesting dollar figures, without the financial aid, as well as the  individualized list of the specific … (more) October 5, 2010

Brits Finds ‘Separate’ Hard To Spell, Americans With Word ‘Embarrassed’

September 22,2010 by: Susan Edmondson

Two nations using English are adept with the language but can have difficulties in spelling words; this is according to studies and surveys conducted to both countries. Britons may have the English language their main dialect, but when it comes to spelling, there can always be a time that they, and even other people of the world, have common words misspelt. One Poll, a website that conducts online surveys, carried out a survey filled in by about 3,500 Britons. The survey polled a question about which word was commonly misspelled. An eight-letter word came up: SEPARATE. The word made it … (more) September 22, 2010

Mouse Colonoscopy Workshop On September

September 21,2010 by: Susan Edmondson

The Veterinary Bioscience Institute holds a credibility when it comes to providing biomedical and surgery education services. Known to have a list of remarkable surgical training workshop the Veterinary Bioscience announced that they have furthered their list and now have mouse/rat colonoscopy on it. The Mouse Colonoscopy workshop will start on the 1st of September this year. This workshop is another event that will be looked forward to by the biomedical community. The Mouse Colonoscopy workshop project of the VBI is said to be a demonstration of the continued efforts and commitment of the institute when it comes to providing … (more) September 21, 2010

Debate on School Diversity Ignited

September 20,2010 by: Susan Edmondson

Elena Kagan, the newly confirmed justice of the United States Supreme Court is an alumnae of Hunter College High School in New York City, a public school for intellectually gifted individuals. This should be pride and triumph for the Hunter College High School but lately, this popular public school is in turmoil. Majority of the school’s faculty is now in uproar due to the resignation of a well-known principal which actually is the third resignation in just five years. Eileen Coppola, the principal who just filed a resignation at Hunter College High School last June of the present year 2010 … (more) September 20, 2010

Accreditation for For-profit Colleges, Reviewed

September 07,2010 by: Susan Edmondson

Senator Tom Harkin announced last Wednesday, August 4, 2010 on a hearing that he is planning to scrutinize the accreditation process of for-profit colleges. A report has been featured by the Government Accountability Office exposed that there had been some frauds or deceptions at the fifteen for -profit colleges they have examined as a part of the scrutiny found. Few of the said colleges are two Kaplan Colleges, Corinthian Colleges and a couple of University of Phoenix campuses. With some colleges, it had been found out that prospect enrollees were encouraged to enlist fraudulent dependents and or not to declare … (more) September 7, 2010