Tag: education

UPEI: International Introduction

The University of Prince Edward Island is a friendly, vibrant institution focused on people and excellence, and on creating an impact in academics, in leadership, and in the world. As the President of the University of Prince Edward Island, I extend warm greetings from our beautiful island campus on Canada’s atlantic coast. Our university offers…

By Stanley Isaacs October 18, 2019 2

Student & U.S. Navy Veteran Kenny Diaz | Howard Community College (HCC)

Howard Community College by far is one of the best military friendly colleges in the state of Maryland. Howard Community College helped me to conquer my fears. Without the support and encouragement from the remarkable staff of records, registration and veterans affairs, admissions and advising, career services, public safety, financial aid, and all the departments…

By Stanley Isaacs October 18, 2019 0

Study in Canada – Top quality postsecondary institutions and programs

Did you know that 10% of Canadian universities rank in the top 200 best universities worldwide? And since our institutions are publicly funded, high quality education is consistent across the country. Canada offers more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate degree programs across the country and over 8,000 college diplomas, post-graduate certificates, or applied degrees. If…

By Stanley Isaacs October 18, 2019 0

For-Profit Colleges Win Concessions

they gainful employment act was something that was introduced by the education department and the old balmy administration and what it would do out would basically hold for-profit colleges accountable four the amount of student loans at their students have and the amount of students who default on their student loans after they graduate so…

By Stanley Isaacs October 18, 2019 26

Teachers Unions vs. Students

Shortly after taking office, President Barack Obama’s secretary of education, Arne Duncan, acknowledged that America’s public school system is broken. “It’s obvious the system’s broken,” he said. “Let’s admit it’s broken, let’s admit it’s dysfunctional, and let’s do something dramatically different, and let’s do it now. Let’s fix the thing.” Why are America’s public schools…

By Stanley Isaacs October 18, 2019 100

Colleges draw criticism for free speech limitations

MICHAE COLLEGE CAMPUSES ARE SUPPOSED TO BE PLACES OF FREE EXPANSION. AROUND HERE, LAST YEAR, THE THOMAS JEFFERSON CENTER FOR THE PROTECTION OF FREE EXPRESSION ANNUALLY MARKS JEFFERSON’S BIRTHDAY WITH THEIR JEFFERSON MUZZLES, HIGHLIGHTING IT IS EGREGIOUS A RIDICULOUS OF FRANCIS THREE — TWO FREE SPEECH ON CAMPUS. NATIONAL HEADLINES FOR TRYING TO PREVENT COVERAGE…

By Stanley Isaacs October 18, 2019 0