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Dec062013

Higher Education: On A Crash Course For Reinvention











This was the collective result of millions of individuals making a rational decision that their understanding of the world and their economic opportunities in that world would increase if they earned a college degree. Since that time, the global pursuit of an elite education -- often culminating with a high quality American degree -- has not slowed. But, there is a new and growing concern about the cost of that degree. Colleges and universities are aware of tuition sticker shock and have begun the process of reducing costs and the tuition they charge. Congress could help by making a number of the changes recommended by President Obama and by making 25 percent of student loans recourse to the institution.
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China Education and Training Industry Report 2013-2016






"At community colleges and four year public schools, we don't spend more per student than we did four years ago. That is less true at private colleges and universities." O'Sullivan continued, "More and more of the burden is on students and families. The natural questions is, where are the priorities? It's important to understand the constraints that state budgets present, but also to look a where dollars are going." O'Sullivan noted that the advocacy group worked to inform -- and empower -- young people in policy decisions.
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Education Experts Raise Questions About CCRI Spending






In FY2013 (Feb.29, 2012-Feb.28, 2013), the revenue of the company increased by 27.27% year-on-year to USD225.93 million, with the net income surging by 37.54% year-on-year to USD33.44 million. Xueda was set up in 2001, specializing in extracurricular counseling business, with the number of outlets soaring to 383 in 2012 from 32 in 2007, a CAGR of 64.29%. It has realized widespread outlet distribution. The annual enrollment of Xueda rose from 5,500 in 2007 to 138,700 in 2012, with the CAGR of 90.69%.
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