Starbucks offers workers free college tuition


In an attempt to help more people finish college, Starbucks has announced a program designed to help company employees obtain a four-year degree free of tuition. Continue reading

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Linked learning jumpstarts health careers


At a high school in Oakland, California, students learn how to deliver a baby and tie a tourniquet as part of an education philosophy that emphasizes real-world health issues and skills. Continue reading

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Alaskan Native students stay and teach


In Alaska, teachers are working to address graduation rates by incorporating Native Alaskan traditions into the classroom. Continue reading

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Wide-scale academic fraud revealed at UNC


An investigation has revealed that staff facilitated nearly two decades of academic fraud at one of the country’s most prestigious schools. Continue reading

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From homeless valedictorian to college student


At Georgetown, one student’s path to success stands as an example of academic achievement. Continue reading

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