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Mitch Daniels Protested As Purdue University's Next President By Students
"It's a travesty for a nonacademic to head a great research university," Haring told WISH-TV. Over the weekend, Haring joined a group of around 75 …. Boren does very well in the fundraising part of his job. Daniels has an undergrad degree from …
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Guide to choosing a local high school
“It means there's a nice blend of academic and non-academic programming,” explained Brenda Sautner, associate superintendent with the Fort McMurray Public School District. … “We've tried to change our focus to become a science and technology and …
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More education does not make you more employable
Anna Bellamy-McIntyre's (HES, June 20) situation is similar to my own, but what response does Australia offer those humanities postgraduates who can neither find a job in universities nor are welcomed by the secondary education sector? … If you …
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