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Study: computer science not offered in schools because of cost

A new Gallup study reveals that many schools don't offer computer science courses because of the cost of the programs.

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Teacher says breakfast made him late to school 111 times

An elementary school teacher says eating breakfast caused him to be late for work 111 times.

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Freshman sinks half-court shot for free tuition

A Ball State freshman sank a half-court shot for free tuition during an athletics pep rally last week.

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Radio show guest says she blew college fund

A guest on an Atlanta radio show who would only give her name as Kim admitted to spending her $90,000 college fund with one year of schooling left to go, Yahoo! Finance reported.

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High school senior awarded $3 million in scholarships

College is expensive, but it appears to be taken care of for one Chicago high school senior.

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SAT prep courses now free online

Two nonprofit organizations have teamed up to make SAT preparation materials available free online.

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Testing problems with Common Core jeopardize funds

Common Core testing problems in Nevada, North Dakota and Montana could jeopardize their federal funding.

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Estate planning for college students … really?

What most new college students don't fully grasp is that for the first time in their lives, they are truly outside of their parents control. For that reason, they should look at some basic estate…

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Back to school: Legal planning for student renters

As summer vacation comes to a close, the hunt for student housing begins. While renting a first home or apartment is a thrilling first step into adulthood, dealing with the legal issues associated…

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Kids need to balance homework, TV, computer

During the school year, parents need to limit their child's play time on the computer and time spent in front of the television until homework is done.

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