An oil tank at Hungary’s Duna Refinery, which receives Russian crude oil through the Druzhba pipeline.
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Former Soviet bloc nations have reason to worry about an embargo on Russian oil, but Europeans are finally recognizing the true costs of their longstanding energy dependence on Russia.
Ukraine could use war bonds to tap into the broad international outrage over Russia’s invasion.
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A historian explains how the US has used war bonds to both fund its wars and inspire patriotism among Americans.
Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine’s new school will focus on teaching students about science and the music industry.
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A new school proposed by music moguls Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine seeks to provide students with practical skills they can apply in entertainment and other fields. Is this a new model for education?
Hip-hop can be used in science classes to help Black students gain interest in STEM.
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Science is often taught from a white or Western standpoint. Can teaching science from a hip-hop perspective make science more relatable to students of color? A hip-hop science educator weighs in.
Many school nurses are taking on even more responsibilities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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A school nurse’s caseload can vary dramatically based on a school’s size and the number of students dealing with chronic disease, poverty, housing insecurity and many other concerns.
The new application for student financial aid will feature fewer questions.
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Congress passed a new law in late 2020 that will change how students apply for money for college. An expert explains what the changes mean for students and families.
The parking lot of Citifield, the home of the New York Mets, sits empty.
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Nearly three-quarters of fans say they won’t attend games until a vaccine has been developed.
Student loan debt is approaching the $1.5 trillion mark.
The income-based repayment plan that lets borrowers pay back student loans based on their salaries is in jeopardy. The problem? The program proved too popular.
About 1 in 10 student loan borrowers default on their student loans.
Roughly 1 in 10 student loan borrowers end up in default on their loans. A scholar of higher education offers tips on how to make that less likely.
Some college rankings focus on how students fare after graduation.
A higher education scholar explains how he came to oversee a set of college rankings meant to take a different tact than the more popular rankings from US News & World Report.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness can be difficult to get if you don’t know the rules.
A higher education professor explains the complex rules behind Public Service Loan Forgiveness, a program meant to provide debt relief to student loan borrowers who went into public service jobs.
A new ‘debt-free’ college plan has little chance of success.
A closer look at House Democrats new ‘debt-free’ college plan reveals that the plan fails to live up to its name, two higher education finance scholars argue.
Students from 2015 graduating class of Texas Southmost College.
Despite good intentions, efforts to hold colleges and universities accountable often miss the mark. The reasons why range from politics to resistance among the institutions themselves.
Students at an Atlanta elementary school prep for upcoming state standardized tests.
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Standardized test scores drive many of our decisions about students, teachers and school districts. But research shows that the results are highly predictable, in a bad way.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton debates with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump during the third presidential debate.
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How far will Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s proposals on student loans benefit their college-going voters?
Does teaching ethics come with obligations?
A prominent ethicist was recently accused of manipulating younger women into sexual relationships. A philosopher argues that being an ethicist comes with obligations. Otherwise, what is ethics for?
Income share agreements work quite like federal loans.
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In income share agreements, students agree to pay a percentage of their future income to a private company or lender in exchange for additional money to cover college expenses. Are they for everyone?
How are funding policies deciding who gets to go to college?
More states are funding colleges based on their performance. What are the implications?
The statue of John Harvard, the first benefactor of Harvard University.
A bill before Congress is proposing colleges and universities with endowments of at least $1 billion spend 25 percent of the money on financial aid. What is the proposal missing?
How can you make smart choices?
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Hillary Clinton recently announced a US$350 billion plan to make college free. But what students need for now is information that can help them make sound decisions about their college investment.