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  1. Aeronautics school uses new teaching method

    An Oklahoma aeronautics school is changing how its air-maintenance students learn after seeing the success of a new teaching method in its aviation flight program.

    • Oct. 15, 2014
  2. Illinois universities compete for students

    As public university enrollment declines or remains flat, Illinois schools are competing to recruit students from across the country and around the world.

    • Oct. 15, 2014
  3. National Defense University, one of the U.S. military's premier war colleges, has seen its budget decline by almost 30 percent over the past few years. By Merrill D'Arezzo/Medill News Service

    Military's war colleges take steep budget hits

    As the Defense Department grapples with cutbacks across its broad budget, one of the military's premiere war colleges is feeling the pinch, with a funding drop of 29 percent in the past few years.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  4. Fayetteville Technical Community College student veterans, from left, Diane Hooks, Bill Kreiling, Juantor Nicholson and Alma Campbell in the All American Veterans Center conference room. Photo by Sharilyn Wells

    Best for Vets: Career & Technical Colleges 2015

    Military jobs and training can provide service members with in-depth technical expertise but how to convert that knowledge into success in the civilian world isn't always obvious.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  5. Maintainers can work toward the FAA's aircraft maintenance certification. Shown is Airman 1st Class Vincent Hale, checking for cracks on an A-10 in June at Red Flag-Alaska. Senior Airman Ashley Taylor/Air Force

    New online certifications start in January

    The Air Force is replacing its military tuition assistance certification program with the new Air Force Credentialing Opportunities Online program, the service announced Sept. 30.

    • Oct. 4, 2014
  6. New program helps families of fallen access education benefits

    Even with hundreds of millions of dollars in scholarship money and education benefits available for spouses and children of fallen service members, many of those families struggle to pay for college because they don't know the benefits exist, or have trou

    • Oct. 2, 2014
  7. Bryan Box, an Army veteran who served in Afghanistan, is now a biological sciences major at the University of Alaska Anchorage. The population of student veterans at UAA and UA Fairbanks has prompted the universities to bring on additional staff. Marc Lester/ / The Associated Press

    Colleges adapt to post-9/11 vets' needs

    Bryan Box, a 28-year-old student veteran, carries a large thermos with 'SAB9491T' scribbled on its side. The inscription is Box's battle roster, which he described as a digital 'dog tag' used by the Army to identify soldiers.

    • Sep. 29, 2014
  8. U.S. awards $450M to link job training, employers

    The Obama administration is awarding nearly a half-billion dollars to community colleges that are partnering with employers on job training.

    • Sep. 29, 2014
  9. A graduating cadet's hat is held during a graduation and commissioning ceremony at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York. Mike Groll / The Associated Press

    Congress' little-known power to shape military, help constituents

    Each year, members of Congress exercise a little-known power to help constituents obtain a nomination to one of the country's four elite service academies, which prepare future officers for the Army, Navy, Air Force and Merchant Marine.

    • Sep. 25, 2014
  10. Center helps student veterans with college plans

    A University of Florida program is helping military veterans succeed in college.

    • Sep. 25, 2014
  11. A 3-D printer makes an object in a fabrication laboratory. Some universities are developing labs with 3-D printers to attract students interested in STEM courses. Frederick Florin / Getty Images

    Universities forge ahead with 3-D printing programs

    When students propose, design and create projects at Florida Polytechnic University, they will have a state-of-the-art, 3-D printing lab available to help them along.

    • Sep. 24, 2014
  12. Student loan default rates decline

    The Education Department on Wednesday reported a drop in the percentage of people who are defaulting on repaying student loans in the first years after they are due.

    • Sep. 24, 2014
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    Tuition discount offered to lure adults back to college

    When you're 30, the first day of school can feel a lot like every other day.

    • Sep. 22, 2014
  14. ACT estimates that between 50,000 and 100,000 students will take the computerized version of the test next spring. Photo illustration by David Scrivner/Iowa City (Io

    ACT experiments with electronic exams

    Nearly 4,000 students took the ACT test on a computer this past spring, marking the first time that a national college entrance exam was administered without a pencil and paper.

    • Sep. 22, 2014
  15. Eleven universities are coming together to share their programs for improving the graduation rates of low-income and first-generation college students, and develop a national playbook for what works. The ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Universities form group to improve low-income students' graduation rates

    Michigan State University has been graduating more low-income students since starting a program three years ago to bring advisers, tutors, health care and other services into clusters of residence halls to integrate the 'living and learning' experience.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  16. Aging Americans burdened by student debt

    Rosemary Anderson could be 81 by the time she pays off her student loans.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  17. Consumer agency sues Corinthian Colleges for predatory lending

    Corinthian Colleges is being sued by the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for what it calls a 'predatory lending scheme.'

    • Sep. 16, 2014
  18. Dispute arises from apparent misunderstanding on vet education comments

    Two veterans service organizations expressed outrage over comments made by an official from an organization that represents public universities in early September but the dispute appears largely to be the result of a misunderstanding.

    • Sep. 10, 2014
  19. In this photo from February, members of the Box Elder County Sheriff's Office fly their search and rescue drone during a demonstration in Brigham City, Utah. Universities and colleges, such as Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio, are developing academic programs focused on the technology to operate unmanned aerial systems. Rick Bowmer/ / The Associated Press

    Ohio college becoming leader in drone technology

    Officials with an Ohio community college say it has taken another step toward positioning itself as a national leader in drone technology research.

    • Sep. 5, 2014
  20. Apply to college with video instead of SAT score

    A Baltimore-area college is the first in the country to unveil an application option that allows students to submit videos as part of their admissions applications.

    • Sep. 5, 2014
  21. California lawmakers vote to protect in-state tuition for veterans

    California lawmakers have approved legislation to offer in-state college tuition for veterans who were stationed in California immediately before being discharged.

    • Aug. 30, 2014
  22. Mission Family: Free online resources for school year

    While you're getting back into school routines for your children, and perhaps even for yourself, consider some of the free resources the Defense Department provides that can help you with research and even free tutoring and homework help.

    • Aug. 29, 2014
  23. Veterans Upward Bound aims at helping vets hone their skills through education to prepare them for careers. Courtesy of Veterans Upward Bound

    Upward Bound continues to prepare vets for college

    A program aimed at helping veterans hone their skills through education to prepare them for careers is seeing booming registration at Western Kentucky University.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
  24. Middle and high school teachers get a close-up look at a glider that scientists will use to research the behavior of penguins and how ocean conditions affect them and their food source. The project is one example of the educational opportunities available to students at the University of Delaware College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment. Mark R. Sullivan/Gannett

    Underwater robotic research inspires students

    In the cold waters off Antarctica, a solitary, yellow glider named the 'Blue Hen' keeps track of the penguins that graduate student Megan Cimino monitors from a lab in Lewes.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
  25. First-generation college students eager, hopeful

    In the weeks leading up to her first day of college, Lauren Serrano had the typical jitters.

    • Aug. 26, 2014
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