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An International Education: Prized but how to afford it?

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)– An international education has arguably never been more expensive, or highly prized as it is today. Just how to pay for it however, is something that many people consider too late which can often lead to a … Continue reading

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Fitch Affirms Multiple Panhandle-Plains Higher Education Authority, Inc. Trusts

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Fitch Ratings affirms the senior student loan notes issued by Panhandle-Plains Higher Education Authority, Inc., series 2010-1 and series 2010-2, at ‘AAAsf’. The Rating Outlook remains Stable. Key Rating Drivers High Collateral Quality: The trust collateral is … Continue reading

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Education 2.0: 8 start-ups changing how we learn

Education is ripe for disruption, and investors see a huge long-term opportunity. The Digital Revolution has changed the traditional learning model as we know it. Thanks to advances in mobile telecommunications, we are continuously learning and downloading information. And this … Continue reading

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DeVry Education Partners 1871 for EdTech Incubator

DeVry Education Group (DV) and 1871, a Chicago-based entrepreneurial hub for digital startups, recently launched the EdTech Incubator in order to help startups develop new educational technologies for teaching and learning in higher education. DeVry is the exclusive sponsor of … Continue reading

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DeVry Education Group to Present at The BMO Capital Markets 14th Annual Back to School Education Conference

DOWNERS GROVE, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– DeVry Education Group (DV), a global provider of educational services, will present at The BMO Capital Markets 14th Annual Back to School Education Conference in New York City on Sept. 18, 2014. Daniel Hamburger, president and … Continue reading

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Education and health have improved for US children, says annual report

Broadly speaking, American children are making gains in health and education.  Child-wellness indicators in four main areas – economic well-being, education, health, and family and community – reflected an overall increase in the well-being of America’s youths, as measured by … Continue reading

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The True Impact of Student Loans on Credit and Home Ownership

It’s a common question asked over and over again: Will student loan debt keep me from owning a home? The reason is when you purchase an education you may have far more debt than what a new car costs and … Continue reading

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The True Impact of Student Loans on Credit and Home Ownership

It’s a common question asked over and over again: Will student loan debt keep me from owning a home? The reason is when you purchase an education you may have far more debt than what a new car costs and … Continue reading

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Democratizing UP education

GRADUATION DAY A graduating student poses like the Oblation as others wait for their turn to have their photos taken at the statue before graduation rites in UP Diliman in Quezon City. RICHARD A. REYES Education is an important process … Continue reading

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Education Ministry set for additional $195 million cuts to help fund Gaza war

Text size Comments (0) The Education Ministry is set to suffer a 695 million shekel ($195 million) cut in its 2014 budget, as the government looks to fund the military cost of this summer’s fighting in Gaza with a 2% … Continue reading

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