Digital Learning Collaborative DURANGO, CO (PRWEB) June 30, 2022 The Digital Learning Collaborative published today “The Land of Confusion: A Review of Online Student Finance.” This study reviews the available evidence regarding funding levels and mechanisms for online students. It introduces funding levels and mechanisms in a subset ofRead More →

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read comes from our journalists doing their important job – investigating, researching and writing their stories. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism requires a lot ofRead More →

Get the latest news from Syracuse delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe to our newsletter here. At the Graduate Student Organization Senate meeting on Wednesday, G.S.O. President Yousr Dhaouadi revealed the results of an investigation the organization conducted into funding for graduate students at Syracuse University. The survey, conducted withRead More →

John Muyamba RUNDU – The National Association of African Students (NASA) wants the government to fund all students at the accredited institution in which they have been enrolled. The student organization said many prospective students study at accredited institutions, but are not government-funded through the NSFAF. These students have alsoRead More →

Education and paramedics go hand in hand in the Richmond and Memphis area, as Richmond/Lenox EMS and the Memphis Fire Department have both recently gone the extra mile to help educate students. Richmond/Lenox EMS is now looking to help cash-strapped students through a scholarship offered annually but underutilized. The JimRead More →

College student | Blouch Cat Colorado State University Associate Student Senate members hold the first fall semester senate meeting on September 1. (Cat Blouch | The Collegian) Associate students at Colorado State University met for their 13th semester session on December 1. ASCSU discussed the open position of the speakerRead More →

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is currently holding consultations with stakeholders on the proposed eligibility criteria and conditions for the entry into force of the financial aid from the 2022 academic year. According to the NSFAS, certain transitional arrangements would be implemented in 2023. In a statement releasedRead More →

Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande said applications would be open for nearly two months. FILE: The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Blade Nzimande, briefing the media on June 30, 2021. Photo: Boikhutso Ntsoko / Eyewitness News JOHANNESBURG – Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande hasRead More →

New study by University of Arkansas and Western Carolina University researchers finds that Democrat-backed budget bill pending in Congress would reduce, on average, $ 1,131 per student in school resources chartered. The exact amount of the budget reduction depends on how House Resolution 4502 – if adopted in its currentRead More →

Michigan lawmakers approved a landmark education spending bill on Wednesday, but not before the Senate added an additional $ 300 million. Senate additions include scholarships for elementary reading support and incentives for districts that have year-round calendars with shorter, more frequent breaks. The $ 17.1 billion spending plan was passedRead More →

OKLAHOMA CITY – A controversial bill that attempts to exorcise “ghost students” from the state’s school funding formula advanced in the state Senate on Wednesday despite bipartisan opposition. Governor Kevin Stitt promulgated it a few hours later. State Senator Zack Taylor, R-Seminole, said the current law bases the district’s initialRead More →

WWe have heard the assertion time and time again: Charters are a form of specialized education that may not be able to meet the needs of large segments of the population, some people say. These critics claim that while public charter schools might be able to achieve good results byRead More →

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – The Energy and Environmental Sustainability Laboratories (EESL) have announced their 2020-21 funding opportunity for Penn State students. The program, called EESL Green, is now accepting funding proposals that will support laboratory research on energy and the environment, materials and fermentation. The call is open to undergraduateRead More →

ADRIAN – Principals can breathe a sigh of relief, as student funding will not take the blow that was once expected. Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a Budget of $ 62.7 billion On Wednesday, that includes $ 8,111 per student and an additional one-time investment for schools, equivalent to about $Read More →