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Podcast: Helping You Understand Education Policy In PA

In my interview with Triad Strategies last week, I discussed the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center’s new Education Facts Page, which pulls together data and analyses on public, charter and private...

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The Higher Education Bubble | higher education policy and development in asia

The most pressing concern for students today is to repay the education loans. But are they able to do so or are they a victim in the higher education bubble? This is an interesting question and it...

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Gender parity and higher education faculty | higher education policy and...

On International Women’s Day (and indeed, for the rest of the week), I noticed that several news outlets carried stories/op-eds on gender inequality in higher education. Others in my group have already...

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Stanford University School of Education passes open access policy in wake of...

Faculty in the School of Education at Stanford University capitalized on the momentum of Harvard’s new open access policies and, in June, unanimously adopted a policy requiring all their scholarly work...

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PARCC Releases Draft Policy on ELL Accommodations – Learning the Language –...

The first of two groups of states working to design assessments aligned to the Common Core State Standards today released its recommendations for the types of supports that can be used to help...

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Today, April 27: India Business Conference 2013 | higher education policy and...

The 9th Annual India Business Conference at Columbia University will take place at the Low Library today from 9am – 5pm; I will be moderating the panel on ‘education and empowerment’ from 2:30 – 3pm. I...

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Obama Student Loan Policy Under Scrutiny As Congress Tackles Student...

WASHINGTON — Congressional Democrats have pounced on a nonpartisan government report showing the Department of Education this year is forecast to earn a record $ 51 billion profit off student...

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Top 45 Educational Policy Blogs | Online University Rankings

Education policy has been the single most consistent issue in the US political discourse for the last 30 years. Historically education policy reform proposals and information have been dictated by...

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NAfME – Music Education – Policy Update: NAfME Analyzes New ESEA Bill

Senator Tom Harkin (Iowa), chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee, introduced the Strengthening America’s Schools Act of 2013, a bill to reauthorize the...

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Rate of Return on College Degrees, and Other Links | John Goodman’s Health...

Is a college degree worth what it costs? I can say without hesitation, the type of college degree makes a huge difference. If you want to maximize income compared to education, trade school (i.e....

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Quadrant Joins Music Education Policy Roundtable – Quadrant Arts Education...

“We are delighted to add Quadrant Arts Education Research, a national leader in arts education research, analysis, and market intelligence, to The Music Education Policy Roundtable,” said NAfME...

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Center for Career Education On-Campus Interview (OCI) Policy Changes and How...

The Center for Career Education’s (CCE) On-Campus Recruiting Program (OCR) brings employers to campus for the purpose of meeting, interviewing and recruiting students. On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) is a...

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GSE students adopt open access policy for scholarship | Stanford Graduate...

In a move to expand public access to academic research on education issues, doctoral students at the Stanford Graduate School of Education have voted in favor of an open access policy to make their...

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More on the Two-Year Law School | Legal Planet: Environmental Law and Policy

Today, Berkeley and a number of other law schools offer specialized courses and activities in the environmental area.  For instance, this year at Berkeley, we’re offering Biodiversity Law, Energy...

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The benefits of being well endowed: Wealth inequality in higher education |...

Sep 9 2013 The benefits of being well endowed: Wealth inequality in higher education Affluence at top US private universities has had profound consequences on tertiary education and increased the...

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State Ramping Up Expectations and Support for English Language Learners | GSE...

Just last week Oregonians read about the latest results of assessments of English Language Proficiency among students in Oregon schools for whom English is not their first language. The results were...

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Disfunctional Muslim school leads to growing tensions in Government over...

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said the schools should employ only qualified teachers and adhere to the national curriculum so that parents could be sure their children were receiving a high standard...

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Parents, Educators React to Los Angeles Schools’ ELL Policy – Learning the...

From guest blogger Alyssa Morones Two months into the school year, the Los Angeles Unified School District’s English-language-learner students will be rearranged into classes based on their...

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The missing pieces of the SMEs financing story | The Centre for European...

Session 1. The role of public policies for SMEs financing This panel will set the framework of the debate on SMEs financing and public intervention. Each national government and the EU have considered...

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Rwanda’s Post-Genocide Education Policy: A Focus on Equity and Empowerment

Africa: Speaking the Same Language? Africa and the Future of La Francophonie “After 32 years of la Francophonie struggling to be relevant, is it in fact time for French-speaking African nations to...

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