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Education and the State of the Union: a perennial favorite

"Now, 67 percent of high school graduates are going on to college. That's up 10 percent since 1993. Yet millions of families still strain to pay college tuition. They need help. So I propose a landmar... read more

Florida Lottery pushes sales that hurt poor people the most

“For those people who are in circumstances where their continued cash flow is not ever going to allow them to get out of debt, why wouldn’t they buy ... still represent only a fraction of the Lottery’ ... read more

More than half of undergraduate student aid at OSU is borrowed

Loans make up more than half of ... has embarked on a $2.5 billion fundraising campaign, $500 million of which has been earmarked for student financial aid. But increases in financial aid at a school ... read more

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Read the Full Transcript of the Ninth Republican Debate in South Carolina

We’ve cut taxes by more than any governor in America by $5 billion ... said earlier this week in South Carolina, the concept, the idea of deporting 11 million undocumented workers in this country is n... read more


How Ta-Nehisi Coates Made Reparations Mainstream

It’s almost as if journalist Ta ... will ever [pay reparations], so why waste our time? He said that to get reparations in this country, you better have a different court system, you better have a dif... read more

The Washington Post Company Shareholders Day Transcript

So why did online revenue decline 13% in second quarter given that online is still less than half of print revenue? Do you anticipate that online can ever eventually support ... Phil Lane [ph], the (i... read more

How Trump's budget would affect low-income students

If approved in its initial form, the budget would cut federal student aid by more than $143 billion ... a much higher rate of low-income students. Estimates show that about 90 percent of HBCU students ... read more

Waynesboro native Jessie Dickey is gracing Broadway

“The cast is spectacular and the entire experience has been fun and fulfilling,” according to Dickey, daughter of Barry and Sarie Dickey of Waynesboro and a 1997 graduate of Waynesboro Area Senior Hig... read more

2014 primary: Governor candidates’ positions on key issues

Towns that have enacted school choice have higher ... over $5 billion while we will take in about $1 billion (some estimates place revenues as low as $748 million). The remaining $4.1 billion is provi... read more

Why CNN reported 'Slavery's Last Stronghold'

(CNN) - On Sunday, CNN Digital released a special report called "Slavery's Last Stronghold." It focuses on current-day ... get a sense of what life is like in this place where slavery is so shockingly ... read more

Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

Well, I’m a changed woman these days, and working hard to make sure that my kids don’t ever experience anything but gratitude ... This is something I like to do. It may not be so thrilling for others, ... read more

Transcript: Read the Full Text of the Second Democratic Debate

So, yes, this has developed. I think that there are many other reasons why ... of high school African-American graduates are unemployed or underemployed. We have more people in jail today than any oth... read more



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