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Preliminary data shows growth in international graduate applications.

Preliminary Data Shows Growth in International Graduate Applications

When it comes time to pursue a bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree, many individuals in countries around the world turn their attention to American colleges and universities.

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Redesigned SAT elicits mixed reactions from students.
Redesigned SAT Elicits Mixed Reactions From Students

"More focused" and "useful" than ever before are just two ways the College Board describes the redesigned SAT, which will be ready in spring 2016, on its website.

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New data highlights the value of higher education.
Higher Education Has Great Value, but Gender Pay Gap an Ongoing Problem

In a recent economic news release, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shared a summary of the usual weekly earnings of 104.3 million full-time wage and salary workers for the first quarter of 2014.

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FBI cuts intelligence risks by releasing study abroad video.
FBI Cuts Intelligence Risks by Releasing Study Abroad Video

The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently released a video, providing students heading overseas with insight into the world of espionage so they can avoid being recruited as spies by foreign intelligence officers.

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U.S. News University Directory "writers and editors" profiles

Higher Education & Online Learning News – U.S. News University Directory

When you want a quick overview of the day’s top higher education news, just take a look at the Daily News section of the U.S. News University Directory resource center. Here you will find bulletins about getting financial aid, taking online courses , new programs being launched by distinguished universities and much more. Get the latest education news headlines right now!