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Cuba Releases Homeschooling Pastor from Prison

Cuba Releases Homeschooling Pastor from Prison

Cuban Pastor Couple Imprisoned for Homeschooling Their Children The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has announced that Cuba’s communist regime has released Pastor Ramón Rigal from prison. As CBN News has reported, Rigal and his wife Ayda Espósito were ...

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96-year-old student Graduate!

96-year-old student Graduate!

96-year-old student Graduates after surviving WWII and now a pandemic. Giuseppe Paterno, 96, Italy’s oldest student, celebrates after graduating from his undergraduate degree in history and philosophy during his graduation at the University of Palermo, in Palermo, Italy, July 29, ...

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A Degree For People Who Want To Lead

A Degree For People Who Want To Lead

Over 100 years ago, leaders of The Wesleyan Church met to discuss a fundamental problem: their pastors and church leaders needed more robust training and education that better prepared them for all the facets of ministry. Inspired by this need, ...

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Victory for School Choice in Ruling by Supreme Court

Victory for School Choice in Ruling by Supreme Court

Supreme Court Strikes a Big Blow in Favor of School Choice and Religious Freedom Paul Strand “We celebrate today’s Supreme Court decision on religious schools, which removes one of the biggest obstacles to better educational opportunities for all children. States ...

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Average student loan debt for Michigan students still tops $30,000

Average student loan debt for Michigan students still tops $30,000

 The average amount families spent nationwide in 2016-17 for college was $23,757 but costs were significantly higher for families in the northeast, according to the “How America Pays for College Report.” Susan Tompor, Detroit Free Press. Maria Williams is hoping a ...

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U.S. She thought her student loans were forgiven. They weren’t

U.S. She thought her student loans were forgiven. They weren’t

Public workers worry about this loan forgiveness program Debbie Baker was looking forward to October. She would finally be done paying off her student loans — or so she thought. She had borrowed money to go back to school for ...

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With new funding, Tuition.io moves from student loan management to student loan repayments

With new funding, Tuition.io moves from student loan management to student loan repayments

Back in 2014, Tuition.io was pitching itself as a management platform for student loan repayments. Now, three years later the company has raised $7 million in new financing as it moves from loan management services to actual repayment of student loans. It’s ...

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U.S. Arkansas Teacher Allegedly Had Sex with 4 Students and Told Teen ‘How Good He Looked in Class’

U.S. Arkansas Teacher Allegedly Had Sex with 4 Students and Told Teen ‘How Good He Looked in Class’

An Arkansas teacher is facing a sexual assault charge for allegedly having sex with four students from two schools, PEOPLE confirms. Jessie Goline, 25, was arrested on Wednesday and charged with first-degree sexual assault, jail record show. Authorities allege she ...

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Best Graduate Degrees worth the effort

Best Graduate Degrees worth the effort

There are many reasons people choose to go to graduate schools; make more money, having a better career, and educating themselves further to name a few of these reasons. Unfortunately, for most students, obtaining a graduate degree could mean taking ...

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‘Students in private tertiary institutions need government support’

‘Students in private tertiary institutions need government support’

The President of the Neumann College of Nursing, Rev. Dr John Osei-Appiah, has appealed to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to extend some of the government support to students in public tertiary institutions to those in accredited private tertiary institutions. ...

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