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  • After reading an email that Benjamin wrote him last summer, Obama instructed his personal assistant to distribute a printout to all his senior advisors.
  • In her email, Benjamin told Obama of the difficulties of raising a 5-year-old daughter while working as a full-time personal banker and attending DeVry University.
  • She works six days a week at $15 an hour, she wrote. After paying rent and child care, she barely makes...
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  1. Don't ignore the regulators: This seems like obvious advice: take the regulator's review seriously. Recently, the DOE and other regulators have been investigating for-profit schools regarding their marketing; coursework and grades; and dropout, graduation and employment rates of students. Given that most for-profit schools get a majority of their revenues from U.S. federal funds, schools should take any regulatory...
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  • Bill Gates addressed the business officers of colleges and universities Monday at the annual meeting of the National Association of College and University Business Officers in Seattle.
  • He began from the premise that “all lives have equal value” and that the United States stands for equal opportunity.expects to see major innovation in the delivery of instruction and the support systems which colleges provide to students...
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  • A national student veterans group is urging fellow military vets who are considering going back to school to avoid the Corinthian for-profit colleges, including Everest University campuses, which are on the market after Corinthian ran into trouble with federal investigators.
  • Student Veterans of America has 1,000 campus chapters across the country.
  • “I am disappointed to see institutions engage in such irresponsible...
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  • Newt Gingrich Opinion: One of the best ways to predict the effect of a proposal for more bureaucracy in Washington is to consider the name its proponents give it. Usually, the actual results of their program will be the exact opposite of whatever its title implies. The “Affordable Care Act,” for instance, increased premiums by an average of 49 percent. The “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act” wasted half a trillion...