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Lawsuit against USC education school alleges fraud in US News & World Report data

Former students filed a class action lawsuit alleging USC Rossier School of Education fraudulently advertised and inflated the graduate school’s online education programs. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times) The University of Southern California’s education school was sued Tuesday by former students who claim that officials violated state law by falsely advertising the graduate program’s […]

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‘Constitution’ gets a grilling in thought-provoking Florida Studio Theater play

Amy Bodnar stars in the Florida Studio Theater production of Heidi Schreck’s play “What the Constitution Means to Me.” When she was 15 years old, Heidi Schreck banked a lot of scholarship money for her future college education by competitively speaking or debating at American Legion halls about the US Constitution and whatever personal connection

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Ukraine faces ‘an education crisis and long-term brain drain’

Inna Sovsun, a member of Ukraine’s parliament, speaks about her country’s education crisis on the sidelines of an international conference on educating refugees, hosted in Rome at the Pontifical Gregorian University. By Svitlana Dukhovych and Deborah Castellano Lubov The degradation of education and a ‘brain drain’ are the latest tragedies in Ukraine, as the country

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LETTER: Reader says stance on education workers ‘misconstrued’

‘I did say these folks received many perks that those in the private sector do not,’ says letter writer BarrieToday welcome letters to the editor at [email protected]. Please include your full name, daytime phone number and address (for verification of authorship, not publication). The following is a rebuttal to ‘LETTER: Salary of $40K isn’t what

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“Everyone is invited”: You can take dozens of free courses at UBC

Is there an area of ​​study you’ve always wanted to dive into? Business? Software development? Writing? Phycology? No, that’s not a typo. It’s actually the study of algae. Now is your chance as UBC is offering free online courses in a variety of subjects thanks to a collaboration between the university and an online learning

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American Public Education (NASDAQ:APEI) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Barrington Research

American Public Education (NASDAQ:APEI – Get Rating)‘s stock had its “buy” rating reiterated by investment analysts at Barrington Research in a research report issued on Friday, Stock Target Advisor reports. They presently have a $15.00 price target on the stock. Barrington Research’s price target points to a potential upside of 59.24% from the company’s current

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Alternative education programs helping Maine students learn

The president of Alternative Education Association of Maine estimates about 80 percent of schools have alternative learning programs. MAINE, USA — Alternative education puts a focus on social and emotional wellbeing for students and has grown in popularity after the pandemic showed many educators there is no “right” way to education. “Alternative ed in Maine

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