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Mesa's Education Strategy Paying Off

It was a perfect fit. A sprawling Southwestern city that came of age too late to benefit from earlier generations of college-building in America was looking to fill the gap.

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Berklee College Of Music Becomes A Youtube Star

Berklee College of Music’s pioneering use of online video to attract students from around the globe has earned an unusual distinction from Internet search giant Google Inc., which will make a special effort to turn the Boston school into a YouTube star.

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UW-Madison Eyes Addition Of Winter Term

UW-Madison is considering adding an official winter term, which officials say could help students graduate faster and bring in extra tuition dollars to campus.

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Innovative Teaching Gets Boost At Harvard

Chances are, if you’re paying tens of thousands of dollars to send your kids to Harvard University, you don’t want them to wind up in prison while they’re enrolled.

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Is Education Chief Smarter Than An 11Th-Grader?

Jason Glass retakes the ACT after a testing skeptic challenges Iowa officials to tackle a college readiness exam.

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Training Programs Based On Employment Needs On The Rise At Kalamazoo Valley Community College

Chase Abnet grew up watching his father climb tall power-line poles to bring back the lights during a blackout. By the time he was 15, his dad was teaching him how to climb them too.

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CU-Boulder Committee Proposes New College Of Media, Design And Arts

A University of Colorado committee tasked with looking into the future of the Boulder campus' journalism and information programs has proposed the creation of a new College of Media, Design and the Arts.

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Lawmakers Tweak Remedial Education Measure

Bill To End All Non-Credit College Classes Loosened To Allow One Semester; Professors Warn That Students Will Suffer

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