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Although Medtech officials have not confirmed if the action led to the shutdown, federal financial aid is a critical lifeline for colleges and universities.
University of California President Janet Napolitano said that an investigation "found numerous instances where Chancellor [Linda] Katehi was not candid."
A shakeup in the security department of ACT Inc. is being reported after revelations about cheating overseas in a program run by the giant testing nonprofit organization. Reuters, which has published a series of stories about cheating on high-stakes tests that students around the world take to get into college, has a new story that […]
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Under current funding strategies, states like Colorado, Louisiana, Iowa, Michigan and Arizona soon could be spending nothing on public higher education.
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Police officers who complete a degree in the human sciences will be much better equipped to respond to the people they serve in the community.
It was also announced that a group representing the state’s 16 medical schools was withdrawing its opposition to a bill that would end the educational use of bodies with no known survivors.
The filing date for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid was moved to Oct. 1 to align it with the typical college admissions cycle.
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