Students and parents have had to search harder, wait longer, pay more, and–in at least a few cases–post pleas for funding on the Web.
There was a time as Internet Marketing exploded on the scene that many schools began using as many networks and affiliates as they could find in order to try to cash in on the ever-growing population of internet savvy potential students. Many schools are now finding that when it comes to reaching the best potential …
The largest share of workers filling Florida’s fastest growing occupations graduated from a Florida career school or college, according to new data reported by the Florida Association of Postseconda
Camden Hills Regional High School wants all students to pursue education following graduation, and with the help of a grant will begin acquainting more students at a younger age with college or post-g
Five extraordinary Latinos will be inducted into the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) Alumni Hall of Fame at its seventh annual gala September 17, 2008 at the Pierre Hotel in New York City.
Economic conditions are forcing people to change their ways of life, and the situation is no different for college students.
Academy of Art University announced the September 2008 launch of a new addition to the exciting world of fashion magazines.
Alabama education officials are cracking down on the exploding market for Internet courses and degrees and have taken action against four unaccredited Birmingham-based online colleges.
The national credit crisis has caused confusion and some last-minute scrambling for college students and their parents, but most of them have been able to borrow the money they need to pay for school.
Virtual classrooms have pros, cons — and the trend has some harsh critics High school math teacher Dan Tucker no longer has to worry about whether this student’s midriff is showing