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2014 May 1 - 07:55 am

Majority of State’s High School Grads Ineligible for University of California or California State University

FRANCISCO (AP) — Fewer than 4 in 10 California high school students are completing the requirements to be eligible for the state’s public universities, fueling worries of a shortage of college-educated workers when the value of a college degree has never been higher.
2014 May 1 - 07:55 am

Restrictive Policies Failing To Pass First Amendment Scrutiny

The Virginia Community College System has agreed to relax its student demonstrations policy in response to a lawsuit filed by Thomas Nelson Community College student Christian Parks. Both sides have asked a federal judge in Norfolk to put the case on hold until May 2 while settlement details are negotiated.

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