• Student Loans: A Rip Off (Response Essay)
     The article, Ripping Off Young America: The College-Loan Scandal is an article casting light on the dire circumstance of the student loan market. The author, Mike Taibbi, is a notable journalist and columnist for Rolling Stone. A classic Bill Maher pundit, Taibbi wrote this article in August slamming...
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  • Academic Performance of College Students
    performance and advisement of university students: a case study. Ads by Google Online University Online University programs 100% Online, 100% Supported! WaldenUniversity.com Subject: Academic achievement (Analysis) College students (Case studies) Student guidance services (Analysis) Authors: ...
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  • English Final
    Paper 2 Effects of Poverty and Homelessness on Education We live in one of the richest countries in the world; the United States of America. Despite that we are one of the richest countries; we have students that face poverty and homelessness in their everyday lives. Students who face poverty may...
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  • The Global Financial Crisis
    The Global Financial Crisis The Publishing Industry | Digital Book | | | | | The Global Financial Crisis refers to a period of recent history from 2007 to present day 2010 in which the world has undergone a severe recession period not seen for over...
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  • Students Face Hit
    Students Face Hit as Private Lending Dries Up Many college students will be unable to attend college in the coming academic year thanks to a retreat by private-sector lenders in the market for education loans. About 900,000 students who borrow money to attend college seek these private loans in addition...
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  • The Nursing Shortage: The Need for Educators
    a significant nurse shortage, rendering this topic the focus of myriad studies which scrutinize, analyze, and reanalyze the cause, effect, and solutions for this crisis (Webber, 1994). According to author, Hinshaw, (2001) “The shortage of nursing faculty is interwoven with the current national shortage...
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  • Cutting Fine Arts in Schools
    systems are running out of money the first programs to be eliminated are the fine arts. School board members have no idea of what they are doing to students. They are unaware of the many benefits of fine arts programs in their schools. They also do not know how to run a successful fine arts program. Since...
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  • Role of School curriculum in Establishing Sustainable Environment Development
    Environment Development At R.H.Patel English Medium B.Ed. College Gandhinagar Gujarat-INDIA PAPER PRESENTAION TOPIC: Role of School curriculum in Establishing Sustainable Environment Development By Ms. Manisha Pathak Research Student CASE Department of Educational Administration Faculty...
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  • The Role of the Federal Government in Various Economic Affairs of the Nation
    The Federal Government and Housing: There was a Financial Crisis Commission appointed by the U.S. Government in 2009. The goal for this commission was to study the cause(s) of the financial crisis which became more prevalent in 2007-2010. There have been similarities drawn to the 9/11 Commission;...
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  • Computer Information Systems Disadvantages
    Computer Information Systems Disadvantages Can you believe it? Our country is broke. College funds are being cut everywhere and there are no jobs. The Computer Information Systems field is a very challenging career goal, because of the technology changes, the degree requirements, and the state budget...
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  • The Impact of the Financial Crisis on Education
    Cooperation THE IMPACT OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS TO HIGHER EDUCATION The 1st Asia-Europe Education Workshop 25 – 26 March 2010 Manila, the Philippines In partnership with: 1 Asia-Europe Education Report 1st Asia-Europe Education Workshop: The Impact of the Financial Crisis to Higher Education Makati...
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  • college debt crisis
     27 October 2013 College Debt Crisis Everyone who desires to go to college one day will eventually be facing the number one question that may or may not make the decision for them; do I have enough money to go? It seems to be the reason a lot of people finish high school and decide to just start...
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  • Be Cool, Stay in School
    School “Education is an economic development issue (The Arizona Republic)” that needs to be taken seriously. There is not one single reason why students drop out of school. Keeping today’s youth from dropping out of school has got to be a national initiative! Raising the legal dropout age from 16...
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  • Budget Cutsin Schools
    conditions can essentially provide guidance when allocating scarce tax revenues to guide deserving schools towards a usable budget. To fully assess the effects of budget cuts in education and see what can be done to keep more funds in institutes of learning, we need to look at the total picture. A few questions...
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  • Millennials
    place. In these day and age it’s almost required to have a college degree to have any chance of landing a good job to support you on your own. But these degrees come at a price and as the job market is failing and loans are pilling up on are college graduates. This bad economy is crushing the millennial...
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  • aaaa
    great honor was the 3rd brand medal in the national "Hope Cup" math contest. However, in 2008, before the college entrance examination, the financial crisis erupted. This event not only has an effect on the global economic, but also changes my attitude towards to finance. Since that, I determined to choose...
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  • Thesis: Economics
    Introduction The aim of this study is to analyze and understand the effects of the current economic problem of the Philippines to education. It is very apparent that various factors raised by the present economic crisis caused a lot of changes in everyone’s choice of where to get quality education...
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  • Educataion Sector in India
    With the educational industry booming in India there is a significant increase in the number of private colleges offering various courses, some of them really do not offer value addition to the students and their future hang in balance. Presently the educational Industry is USD 50 billion strong and it...
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  • Bankruptcy Among Youth
    2011 (Curbing Credit Card Abuse, 2012). According to a survey by the Education and Research Association for Consumers, the number of Malaysians in financial distress appears to have increased, as evidenced in the jump in the number of bankruptcy filings from 13,855 in 2008 to 19,167 last year (NewStraitsTimes...
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  • The extraordinarity
    Some people believe that a college or university education should be available to all students. Others believe that higher education should be available only to good students. Which view do you agree with? Explain why. Universities are educational institutions where the majority of people finish their...
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