With much discussion today questioning “is college worth it?”, a report in Education Week presents useful data.
Because maintaining colleges with all their services is so expensive, work colleges as a model are getting more attention.
Two New Jersey lawmakers are weighing new legislation in reaction to a case that has sparked outrage over the role of courts and the rights of divorced parents.
According to a 2013 College Board report, full-time workers with a bachelor’s degree earn an average of $21,000 more annually than those who have no education beyond high school.
Now that you’ve mortgaged your future to send your kid to college, what right do you have to see information about how she’s handling herself while she’s there? Not much.
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Dom Giordano talked to Danny Bauder, President of the Young Democrats of Pennsylvania, Thursday on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action and the rising cost of a college education.
Doesn’t your obligation to pay for your kid’s education end when they turn 18? The answer is: sometimes.
In a divorced family, whose income is used to calculate whether a student gets financial aid?
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A push to allow the children of undocumented immigrants in New Jersey to attend a state supported collage and pay residential tuition rates had Governor Chris Christie’s support, but Christie is balking at a move to expand on the idea.
“The median cost of care in a center in the five county area ranges from about 11,000 in Philadelphia to 13,000 in Montgomery County,”
The new additions bring to 54 the number in the Say Yes Higher Education Compact, whose members waive tuition for eligible students, Say Yes founder George Weiss said Wednesday.
Chris reviews his Saturday night at the Phillies game, the Republicans record on civil rights and President Obama’s visit to Scranton on Friday. He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup and Phillies Broadcaster Larry Andersen.
Millions of college students paying their way though school could see up to $4,600 tacked on to their debt if nothing changes.