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Most mornings at 9:30, my laptop is on and I am speaking via Zoom to the arrangement of boxes that comprise my online class at Wilbur Wright College, City Colleges of Chicago. This is where I primarily teach humanities courses as an adjunct professor. Even though the pandemic has kept me and my students — each one inside a box on the screen — out of a physical classroom, energetic discussions ...

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TRUMP: "Biden also vowed to oppose school choice and oppose all charter schools." — Thursday.

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Others expressed anxiety over what the future holds. Coronavirus has led to a thousands of people losing their jobs, and families across the U…

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As soaring tuition costs scare off many families, a growing number of private colleges have embraced a marketing tactic associated more with selling airline tickets or flat-screen televisions than higher education: a price cut.

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It comes with a high price tag and time commitment, but lots of jobs seem to want a degree beyond a bachelor’s or associate’s. So, is grad school worth it? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the simple answer is yes. Those with doctoral degrees, professional degrees, or master’s degrees have higher median usual […]

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