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The Old College Try, Costing More
A Light Take On The Gravity-Time Relationship
Chicago High School Raises Crops, Career Hopes
Does Prop 8 Cancel Out Recent Marriages?
If Gay Marriage Is Allowed, Will Schools Promote It?
University Uses 'Social Norming' To Curb Drinking
Language Mysteries Explained In 'Alphabet Juice'
Teaching Business Students To Be Skeptics
Can Vouchers Help Failing Public Schools?
Pay-To-Behave Program Debuts In D.C. Schools
A recent fundraising attempt by one Massachusetts college tried humor, but went over poorly. The letter from Framingham State College read: "With the recent economic downturn and loan crisis, it has become even more important for Framingham State College to receive your support. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah." The school has since apologized to insulted alums.
Framingham State's 'Blah' Fundraising Faux Pax
In Hard Times, Michigan School Running On Empties
Cost-Conscious Students Flock To Community Colleges
Paying For College In A Rough Economy
Evaluating Teachers In New York City