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San Diego State University plans to offer a course titled Black Lives Matter: A Focus on Black Boys and Men in Education, which will be open to the public for enrollment this coming October. The course, which will cover topics of how black men are undervalued in the classroom, is under fire for featuring “speakers whose members have been accused of inciting violence.

Black Lives Matter College Course Faces Criticism

August 30, 2017 8:32 AM
by Susan Dutca
San Diego State University plans to offer a course titled "Black Lives Matter: A Focus on Black Boys and Men in Education," which will be open to the public for enrollment this coming October. The
POTUS Donald Trump is pushing for apprenticeship programs and intends to support the initiative with an apprenticeship grant program of up to $200 million, with special emphasis on industries such as information technology,  healthcare, and manufacturing. The college alternative initiative hopes to attract and prepare students for great careers that do not require a four-year degree or the massive debt that often comes with those four-year degrees and even two-year degrees.

POTUS Pushing Apprenticeship Programs, Grants in 2017

June 14, 2017 11:16 AM
by Susan Dutca
POTUS Donald Trump is pushing for apprenticeship programs and intends to support the initiative with an apprenticeship grant program of up to $200 million, with special emphasis on industries such as
Two University of Washington professors are calling out fake news and alternative facts in defense of the scientific community with their new course Calling Bullshit In The Age of Big Data. Students, as well as the general public will have the opportunity to learn how to detect and defuse bullshit.

"Calling BullS**t" College Course

February 28, 2017 3:04 PM
by Susan Dutca
Two University of Washington professors are calling out "fake news" and "alternative facts" in defense of the scientific community with their new course "Calling Bullshit In The Age of Big Data."

    The traditional college route isn't the best choice for everyone. There are ample scholarship opportunities for students who opt for a vocational career, whether it be in the plumbing, carpentry, electrical, firefighting or many others. If you want to learn or hone a specific skill as an alternative to attending a more traditional four-year college, take some time to consider these vocational scholarship opportunities:

Vocational, Trade, & Technical Scholarships

February 9, 2017 3:25 PM
by Susan Dutca
The traditional college route isn't the best choice for everyone. There are ample scholarship opportunities for students who opt for a vocational career, whether it be in the plumbing,
It's not feasible to do 10 campus visits in only 5 days - unless you're willing and able to pay for a private jet that costs more than college tuition itself. Magellan Jets offers a college tour package to decrease both the headache and the time spent on college campus visits. So if you have $100,000 to spare, sit back, relax, and enjoy the refreshment bar as you soar to your next campus destination.

Private Jet College Tours? Sure...If You Have $100K

September 6, 2016
by Susan Dutca
It's not feasible to do 10 campus visits in only 5 days - unless you're willing and able to pay for a private jet that costs more than college tuition itself. Magellan Jets offers a college tour
While Moraine Valley Community College still plans to offer sections of its College 101 course for specific populations, it will no longer be available only to specific racial groups.

MVCC Drops Black-Only Courses

August 9, 2016
by Scholarships.com Staff
While Moraine Valley Community College still plans to offer sections of its College 101 course for specific populations, it will no longer be available only to specific racial groups. In the past,

    The University of Wisconsin - Green Bay is offering a course to educate students on the environmental justice movement, and it's titled Green Lives Matter. From topics of flint lead contamination to migrant farm worker pesticide exposure, the program argues the effects of capitalism force poor and minority community to live in dangerous and unhealthy situations. If you have a passion for environmental science, engineering or food science, check out these green scholarships:

University to Offer “Green Lives Matter” Course

July 28, 2016
by Susan Dutca
The University of Wisconsin - Green Bay is offering a course to educate students on the environmental justice movement, and it's titled "Green Lives Matter." From topics of flint lead
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