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If your child resists college search
by washingtonpost.com - Jay Mathews: Class Struggle
Nov 21, 2021
“A frustrated parent brought an unnerving problem to my Admissions 101 discussion group on washingtonpost.com. The student (many of us in the group immediately assumed it was a boy) had gotten into a well-respected public university in his state and, the parent said, "adamantly refused to go on co...”
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After Dropping Free Community College Plan, Democrats Explore Options
by NYT > Education
Oct 23, 2021
“Expanded tuition assistance remains an option for the budget bill, but how much it would help students — and economic competitiveness — remains to be seen.”
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Some colleges put new vaccine mandates in place — for the flu
by Local Education
Oct 22, 2021
“As universities continue to weather the pandemic, they're also preparing for a flu season that some health experts predict will be more severe than normal.”
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‘Promises Made Just Have to Be Promises Kept’: Black Colleges Feel Stung by Democrats
by NYT > Education
Oct 21, 2021
“A rift is forming over a plan to provide only $2 billion out of the $20 billion President Biden proposed to help level the playing field in his social spending package.”
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Amherst College Ends Legacy Admissions Favoring Children of Alumni
by NYT > Education
Oct 20, 2021
“The highly selective college in Massachusetts will be among the first elite schools in the country to abandon the practice, which has been a persistent barrier to increasing student diversity.”
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University of North Carolina Can Keep Affirmative Action, Judge Rules
by NYT > Education
Oct 19, 2021
“Students for Fair Admissions vowed to immediately appeal in a case that appears destined for the Supreme Court.”
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