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  • Ben Norman
  • 11 Days ago
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Discover will offer college scholarship for employees

It’s a great day for Discover employees Discover will follow the lead of Walmart and various other companies, offering its employees a scholarship pursuing a degree related to business or computer science. According to Discover, the scholarship is available for seven different majors and will cover tuition and fees, books, and supplies. 99% of workers […]
  • Ben Norman
  • 25 Days ago
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Walmart will help employees pay for college

Today is a good day for Walmart workers The company announced Wednesday that any worker that pursues an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in business or supply chain management will receive a scholarship. Employees will have to pay $1 per day for their education, and Walmart will cover the rest – tuition, fees, and books. The […]
  • Crystal Ng
  • 3 Months ago
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McDonald’s reduced tax rate led to education opportunity

McDonald’s have allocated $150 million into the Archways to Opportunity program.  The funds came as a result of the lowered income tax rate, a change implemented by the Trump administration.  To maintain an orderly society, people must first be educated. However, in today’s society, everything has become a business deal, including education. A proper tertiary […]
  • Crystal Ng
  • 4 Months ago
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Guns vs. Education

Since mass shootings have become such a frequent occurrence, it is no wonder Utica College located in Upstate New York sprang into action the minute they received threats from an individual, presently unidentified, who declared themselves armed with a weapon around on campus grounds. Utica College has approximately 5000 students who attend classes on campus […]
  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 10 Months ago
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Starting school later could boost the U.S. economy by $83 million over 10 years

A recent study conducted by the RAND Corporation suggests that delaying the start of the school day until 8:30 a.m. could boost the U.S. economy by $83 billion over the course of a decade, madison.com reports. Pediatric health experts have long argued that a later start to the school day would better accommodate teenagers’ sleep […]
  • Anahit Moumjian
  • 1 year ago
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Studies Show Millennials Are Making Less Than Baby Boomers

Studies are showing that millennials are earning 20 percent less than baby boomers at the same stage of life, despite being an overall better-educated group, with more opportunities for further education. At $10,090, the median net worth of millennial is also 56 percent less than it was for boomers. The advocacy group Young Invincible released […]
  • Sabrina Ford
  • 3 Years ago
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It’s Time for Women’s Empowerment!

Empowerment is not only a word that needs to be a part of education, but it also needs to be on mentioned in the War on Sexism. I heard a  man once say to a woman,” You are one of those…” because she spread the word of empowerment to others. I could not believe what […]
  • Jana Ruthberg
  • 4 Years ago
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‘Stalled Gender Revolution’ Is Awakening and Gender Equity Is on the Rise

According to a report from the Council on Contemporary Families titled “Gender Revolution Rebound Symposium,” what is known as the “Stalled Gender Revolution” of the 1990s and early 2000s is now over. This so-called stall in gender equality progression occurred after an active period from about 1970 to 1990 where women increasingly entered the work […]