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Breitbart
Marco Rubio Asked For ‘Leniency’ Toward College Network That Admitted To Fraud And Contributed to His 2014 PACIn the summer of 2014, Rubio’s Reclaim America PAC received $5,000 from Corinth
Marco Rubio Asked For ‘Leniency’ Toward College Network That Admitted To Fraud And Contributed to His 2014 PAC
Breitbart / Posted 2 days ago
In the summer of 2014, Rubio’s Reclaim America PAC received $5,000 from Corinthian Colleges, according to Open Secrets. Bloombergreported that in the same year, Rubio wrote to deputy secretary of education Jim Shelton and undersecretary for... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
Spending more isn’t the answerPresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Spending more isn’t the answer
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 5 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings... Read more
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The Advertiser-Tribune
Contain the costs of going to collegePresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Contain the costs of going to college
The Advertiser-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings attached... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Why the U.S. should phase out Pell Grants for private collegesPresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Why the U.S. should phase out Pell Grants for private colleges
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 10 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no, even though making college more affordable is a laudable, vital goal. Pell Grants already provide $29 billion a year... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Colleges need to be more affordablePresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Colleges need to be more affordable
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 10 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings attached... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Editorials from around New YorkRecent editorials of statewide and national interest from New York's newspapers
Editorials from around New York
Lake Placid News / Posted 11 days ago
Recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New York's newspapers: The Niagara Gazette on how New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to raise wages could hurt small businesses. Jan. 20 Any time an employer gives his workers a hefty pay... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Covering the cost of college remains a challengePresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Covering the cost of college remains a challenge
The Marietta Times / Posted 12 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say "no." Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings... Read more
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Salem News
Find ways to make school affordablePresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Find ways to make school affordable
Salem News / Posted 12 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings attached... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Obama’s proposal would defeat his goal of making college more affordablePresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Obama’s proposal would defeat his goal of making college more affordable
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings attached... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Lower price for higher edPresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Lower price for higher ed
The Leader-Herald / Posted 13 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings attached... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Show & Pell: Obama’s grant proposal doesn’t make sensePresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Show & Pell: Obama’s grant proposal doesn’t make sense
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 14 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings attached... Read more
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The Alpena News
Congress should prevent expansion of Pell Grant programPresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Congress should prevent expansion of Pell Grant program
The Alpena News / Posted 14 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings attached... Read more
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The New Ulm Journal
Upping grants won’t make college affordablePresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Upping grants won’t make college affordable
The New Ulm Journal / Posted 15 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings attached... Read more
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Salem News
Hold down the cost of collegePresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Hold down the cost of college
Salem News / Posted 15 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings attached... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Holding Down Cost Of Going to CollegePresident Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expa
Holding Down Cost Of Going to College
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 17 days ago
President Barack Obama wants to add $2 billion a year to that price tag by expanding the Pell Grant program. Congress should say no. Pell grants already provide $29 billion a year in assistance to college students, with few, if any, strings attached... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"Most Of Us Ended Up At Office Depot": Thousands Of Angry Students "Flood" Government With Demands For Debt ReliefLast summer, Corinthian Colleges closed its doors amid government scrutiny of f
"Most Of Us Ended Up At Office Depot": Thousands Of Angry Students "Flood" Government With Demands For Debt Relief
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 days ago
Last summer, Corinthian Colleges closed its doors amid government scrutiny of for-profit colleges. The school - which had been the recipient of some $1.5 billion in annual federal aid funding - was variously accused of employing deceptive marketing... Read more
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TheStreet.com
States urged to step up protections for students at online collegesDistance learning, where students attend class while sitting in front of a comp
States urged to step up protections for students at online colleges
TheStreet.com / Posted 23 days ago
Distance learning, where students attend class while sitting in front of a computer, is higher ed's fastest growing segment according to a 2014 Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pension committee report. Some observers also fear that they operate... Read more
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Rappler
Obama pays tribute to LSU basketball star Ben SimmonsHOOP IT UP. LSU standout Ben Simmons met US President Barack Obama and says he'
Obama pays tribute to LSU basketball star Ben Simmons
Rappler / Posted 24 days ago
HOOP IT UP. LSU standout Ben Simmons met US President Barack Obama and says he'd like to play ball with him one day BATON ROUGE, USA - Ben Simmons, the Australian freshman basketball star at Louisiana State University, received a brief mention from... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Obama praises Aussie basketball star Ben Simmons in Louisiana stopUS president Barack Obama praises Australian college basketball star Ben Simmon
Obama praises Aussie basketball star Ben Simmons in Louisiana stop
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
US president Barack Obama praises Australian college basketball star Ben Simmons in Louisiana Photo: Australian college basketball star Ben Simmons has caught the eye of US president Barack Obama. (Getty: Stacy Revere/AFP: Mandel Ngan) Louisiana... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Obama’s shout out to Ben SimmonsBarack Obama shout out to Ben Simmons video: US President praises Aussie colleg
Obama’s shout out to Ben Simmons
Daily Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
Barack Obama shout out to Ben Simmons video: US President praises Aussie college basketball star | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website BEN Simmons can now add US... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Obama praises Aussie basketball star Ben Simmons in Louisiana stopUS president Barack Obama praises Australian college basketball star Ben Simmon
Obama praises Aussie basketball star Ben Simmons in Louisiana stop
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
US president Barack Obama praises Australian college basketball star Ben Simmons in Louisiana Photo: Australian college basketball star Ben Simmons has caught the eye of US president Barack Obama. (Getty: Stacy Revere/AFP: Mandel Ngan) Louisiana... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
Transcript of President Obama's town hall meeting in Baton RougeThe following is the transcript of President Barack Obama's town hall meeting a
Transcript of President Obama's town hall meeting in Baton Rouge
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 24 days ago
The following is the transcript of President Barack Obama's town hall meeting at McKinley High School in Baton Rouge as released by the White House Press Office: THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Louisiana! (Applause.) Hello, Baton Rouge! Geaux Tigers!... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Obama’s shout out to Ben SimmonsBEN Simmons can now add US president Barack Obama to his growing, star-studded
Obama’s shout out to Ben Simmons
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 days ago
BEN Simmons can now add US president Barack Obama to his growing, star-studded list of admirers. The Australian freshman Louisiana State University star received a mention from Obama during a speech at a political rally on Thursday. Simmons, 19, is... Read more
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The Advocate
Transcript: From "Hello Louisiana" to "God Bless America," here's what President Obama had to say Thursday in Baton RougePresident Obama made his first trip to Baton Rouge as commander-in-chief on Thu
Transcript: From "Hello Louisiana" to "God Bless America," here's what President Obama had to say Thursday in Baton Rouge
The Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
President Obama made his first trip to Baton Rouge as commander-in-chief on Thursday, capping his visit with a speech and town hall meeting at McKinley High School. 10:14 A.M. CST THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Louisiana! (Applause.) Hello, Baton Rouge!... Read more
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The Advocate
Obama's visit to Baton Rouge, McKinley High School shows progressWelcome to Baton Rouge, Mr. President. We are glad to see you here again in Lo
Obama's visit to Baton Rouge, McKinley High School shows progress
The Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
Welcome to Baton Rouge, Mr. President. We are glad to see you here again in Louisiana, in your first visit to the capital city since becoming president. We’re also glad to see you talking in a public school, McKinley High School, in a city and a... Read more
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OJornal News
Rhode Island taps former US official as innovation chief PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) – A former technology director at the U.S. Department o
Rhode Island taps former US official as innovation chief
OJornal News / Posted 27 days ago
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) – A former technology director at the U.S. Department of Education is returning home to Rhode Island to become the state’s first chief innovation officer. Democratic... Read more
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Providence Business News
Culatta named R.I. chief innovation officerPROVIDENCE – Richard Culatta has been hired as the state’s first chief innovati
Culatta named R.I. chief innovation officer
Providence Business News / Posted 27 days ago
PROVIDENCE – Richard Culatta has been hired as the state’s first chief innovation officer, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo announced in a press release on Monday. Culatta, who will make $210,000 annually, is a Rhode Island native who recently left a position... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Rhode Island taps former US official as innovation chiefPROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - A former technology director at the U.S. Department of
Rhode Island taps former US official as innovation chief
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 27 days ago
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - A former technology director at the U.S. Department of Education is returning home to Rhode Island to become the state's first chief innovation officer. Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo said Monday she hired Richard Culatta to... Read more
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