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Students Leave Over $2.9 Billion in Free College Money on the Table by Gianna Sen-Gupta | posted in FAFSA, Financial Aid Published on 12 Jan 2015 | Updated on 13 Jan 2015 U.S. high school graduates left over $2.9 billion in free federal grant money on the table last academic year, according to a new analysis [...]
Microsoft streamlines free Office for students deal New self-serve process skips IT, makes it easier to get free Office 365 By Gregg Keizer Computerworld | Sep 23, 2014 9:32 AM PT Microsoft yesterday made it easier for school and university students to obtain a free subscription to Office 365 by sidestepping institutional IT and going [...]
The Student-Loan Siphon New evidence that the college debt bomb is hurting the economy. Posted By Ruth King on August 30th, 2015 For years we’ve warned readers about the burgeoning calamity known as student loans, and the latest news is that the debt bomb is hurting the economy as well as the federal fisc. New [...]
These 10 trends are shaping the future of education Innovation in the space likely won't create an all-new landscape, but it will be markedly different By Roger Riddell | August 27, 2015 It's an exciting time to be in education. The longstanding operating models for both higher ed and K-12 are both in a state [...]