Student Tuition now supports Higher Education more than State Governments

From the Washington Post: It used to be that attending a public university all but guaranteed graduating with little to no debt. State governments funneled enough money into higher education that families could send their kids to a local school without worrying about taking out a second mortgage or private loans to pay their way. Not so anymore. […]

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Is Google Now a Publisher Offering Other Publishers an Inadequate Deal?

Originally posted on The Scholarly Kitchen:
The Barter Network Member Card (Photo credit: Wikipedia) For much of its history, Google has benefited from the understanding that the company is not a publisher, as it has no content of its own. This reputation and Google’s own assertions along these lines have allowed the organization to draw…

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IS AN MFA THE NEW MBA?

Reposted from Fast Company COMPANIES ALL ACROSS AMERICA ARE STARTING TO SEE A CRITICAL TALENT GAP AS OLDER EMPLOYEES RETIRE. ARTS STUDENTS MAY NOT HAVE ALL THE TRADITIONAL SKILLS, BUT THEY HAVE THE MOST IMPORTANT ONE: CREATIVITY. BY STEVEN TEPPER An estimated 10,000 Baby Boomers will turn 65 every day for at least the next […]

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