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This College Program Could Completely Revolutionize The Workforce

2014-02-21-ScreenShot20140221at4.19.55PM.png | Posted 03.09.2014 | Impact

By Anita Hamilton, NationSwell.com Tré Robinson, 20, is the son of a single mom. A year and a half ago, he made his mother proud by graduating fro...

Prestige Pressure Piles on Student Loan Debt

Bob Hildreth | Posted 03.25.2013 | College
Bob Hildreth

We believe that private colleges offer the ticket to a better life. But a closer look demonstrates a more expensive degree does not ensure a higher income after graduation.

Who Needs College? The Answer Might Surprise Newsweek

Rob Asghar | Posted 12.01.2012 | College
Rob Asghar

The relationship between higher education and the aspirations of a student is constantly being renegotiated. It is not being eliminated. Not in 1976, and certainly not today.

Ivy League, Free of Charge

Dr. Dianne Lynch | Posted 09.16.2012 | College
Dr. Dianne Lynch

The problem is that we've come to expect that every child has the right to attend any institution willing to accept him or her, regardless of the cost. And that somebody, somewhere, will foot the bill or forgive the loans.

Department Of Education Releases College Cost Comparisons

AP | ALAN SCHER ZAGIER | Posted 08.30.2011 | College

-- Looking for a college bargain? Try any of nine University of Puerto Rico campuses, where annual tuition hovers at or below $2,000. Counting penni...

College: It Pays

Gaston Caperton | Posted 05.25.2011 | Education
Gaston Caperton

According to a College Board report released earlier this month, college graduates on average earned about $22,000 more than those with just a high school diploma ($55,700 compared to $33,800) in 2008.