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GED and other high school equivalency degrees drop by more than 40% nationwide since 2012

Hechinger Report - October 08, 2018 4298

High school graduation rates have soared in recent years, hitting a new record of 84 percent for 2015-16 in the most recent federal government count, but there are still millions of Americans who didn’t get a diploma in high school. Their best shot at earning one is passing a high-school equivalency exam, what was known […]


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What Those Viral Campaign Fundraising Videos REALLY Tell Us

e.politics: online advocacy tools & tactics - September 20, 2018 3335

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Desirable difficulties in learning

Bold Blog - September 05, 2018 2487

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EDUCAUSE Joins Net Neutrality Amicus Brief

Educause Review - August 28, 2018 2089

EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement EDUCAUSE Joins Net Neutrality Amicus Brief Authors: by Published: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 Columns: EDUCAUSE served as a central member of the higher education/libraries coalition that submitted a brief on August 27, 2018, in the legal case seeking to overturn the 2017 repeal of network neutrality rules. The brief highlights the specific harms that the higher education and library communities will face if the FCC's invalid action is allowed to stand. The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit is currently hearing a consolidated from twenty-two state attorneys general and public-interest groups seeking to overturn the 2017 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order eliminating network neutrality protections.