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November 07, 2011

Designing Policies to Encourage Early High School Graduation

There is a lot of money to be saved when high school students graduate early, so many states are offering incentives for high-achieving students who take this route. But as states craft policies, researchers at Jobs for the Future, a Boston-based national nonprofit, looked into the best way to encou...

October 26, 2011

Obama Hopes Initiative Will Better Inform Students Borrowers

President Obama's latest push to help student-loan borrowers includes an initiative to better inform them before they take on debt. Speaking at the University of Colorado in Denver Wednesday, Obama outlined his executive order to accelerate the income-based loan-repayment plan Congress approved las...

October 18, 2011

Leaders From Various Sectors Exchange Ideas To Improve Education

There is no shortage of ideas for how to improve education. But the key to making any of them work is implementation. "It's process, process, process," said C. Jackson Grayson, chairman of the American Productivity & Quality Center, at a Global Education Roundtable his organization hosted at the N...

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