Displaying items 13-24 of 33 » View latimes.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 Next >
Brazen CareeristBrazen Careerist Yes, sugar daddy! With student loan debt topping a trillion dollars, it doesn't sound half bad, does it? But before you start getting vulgar ideas, we're talking about legal ways to get other people to pay for some or all of your...
Brazen CareeristBrazen Careerist If you're a recent graduate or current college student, or simply someone who follows the news, you know all too well that student loan debt in the U.S. has reached staggering proportions. Combine that with tuition rates rising faster...
Tags: Starbucks Corp., Loans, Students, Charity, Finance
West Virginia would change how county school districts hire teachers, free up more days on their calendars to bolster student instruction and require full-week schooling for 4-year-olds statewide, under legislation sent to Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin on Friday....
The 2013 session of the Legislature showed we have deepening, serious problems in rural South Dakota. A law was passed creating a tuition-payback program for lawyers. They have to go to rural counties — those with fewer than 10,000 populations...
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin saw his proposed overhaul of public schools clear its first legislative hurdle Tuesday when the Senate Education Committee endorsed the bill with modest changes to language addressing teacher hiring and the school calendar. Advanced...
PIERRE — Down to four working days to wrap up the 2013 session, state legislators moved rapidly through final decisions on many bills Wednesday, including approval of millions of dollars in one-time aid to public schools and start-up of a program...
PIERRE, S.D. - The South Dakota Senate has approved a measure that would spend more than $6 million to provide a one-time boost in state aid to school districts and technical schools. Senators voted unanimously to pass the bill, which now goes to the...
Tags: Dennis Daugaard, Schools
The University of Virginia has announced the 2013 recipients of the highest external honors given by the Charlottesville school. The Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medals in architecture, law and citizen leadership are jointly sponsored by the university...
Here is the text of the governor's speech to the joint houses of the General Assembly, which began at 7 p.m.: Mr. Speaker. Mr. President. Justices of the Supreme Court and Judges of the State Corporation Commission, Ladies and Gentlemen of the...
A team of "geeks" will arrive in South Bend in the next few weeks with one main goal: use computer programs to make the city better. The Code for America fellowship program is bringing the experts in fields such as computer programming and urban planning...
When Marylanders cast their ballots on Election Day, they said "yes, you can" to same-sex couples who want to get married, to young people whose families immigrated here illegally and who hope to receive in-state tuition, and to casino operators who...
During Heather Kirn Lanier's two years in Baltimore as a neophyte teacher, she taught at a city high school that backed up against Mount Olivet Cemetery. She could clearly see tombstones from her classroom window. Each time Lanier took in the view,...
May 9, 2013 |Story| Tribune Media Services
Mar 28, 2013 |Story| Tribune Media Services
Mar 22, 2013 |Story| Herald Mail
Mar 22, 2013 |Story| Aberdeen News
Mar 12, 2013 |Story| Herald Mail
Mar 7, 2013 |Story| Aberdeen News
Mar 6, 2013 |Story| New Rushmore Radio
Mar 5, 2013 |Story| AP Virginia
Jan 9, 2013 | Hampton Roads Daily Press
Jan 10, 2013 |Story| WSBT-TV
Nov 26, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Nov 17, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Original site for Teach for America topic gallery.