Just when you thought things couldn’t get any more awesome at Starbucks (I’m looking at you, Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino), the coffee giant announced that it will now send its employees to college—for
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The head of Denver's chamber of commerce offers her support for Common Core education standards.
What is it going to take to become one of the top-performing countries again? Are there reforms that U.S. states could implement to show real student improvement on the global stage?
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation will host the former governors of five U.S. states on Wednesday as they show their support for Common Core education standards. The roundtable discussion is also sponsored by the Bipartisan Policy Center, and Business Roundtable, and will be open to interested media members.
Starting this fall, Southern New Hampshire University will offer a bachelor’s degree for $10,000. What makes this online program unique is that it is "competency-based" as opposed to the credit-based system that the majority of colleges offer.
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