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GOV. DANIEL J. McKee has filed a budget amendment to extend Rhode Island College’s Hope Scholarship program for an additional two years through July 1, 2030. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE

McKee files budget amendment to extend Hope Scholarship program to 2030

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Monday filed a budget amendment to extend Rhode Island College’s Hope Scholarship program for an additional two...

Sending a child to college: Essential legal docs in case of...

Sending a child off to college comes with its fair share of concerns. One worry that’s been added to the list for parents is...

WGU Hires Amy Weinstein as Strategic Partnerships Manager to develop partnerships...

Online, nonprofit, accredited Western Governors University (WGU) has appointed East Providence resident Amy Weinstein as strategic partnerships manager to develop and nurture relationships in...

Citizens: Cost of college remains top concern for students and families

PROVIDENCE – Public health and safety concerns around going to college have waned, but affordability remains top of mind among prospective and current college...

Coronavirus could cause Census to miss students

At college dormitories and student apartments across the U.S., census forms will be piling up – but many run the risk of not being...

What if everyone applied to college?

The United States has a college-opportunity problem. University graduates earn higher lifetime wages and experience lower unemployment rates, but only about one-third of the...

Students have changed majors

Of the 839,730 recipients of bachelor’s degrees in the U.S. in the 1970-1971 academic year, 176,307 got education degrees. Other big fields of study...

Cheaper college better than free

One of independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ tentpole ideas as a presidential candidate is the promise of a free college education for all Americans....
BOSTON-BASED Fidelity Investments is touting a new survey that found parents are expecting more from their children when it comes to saving for college. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/JB REED

Fidelity survey: Parents expect kids to contribute more for college

PROVIDENCE - The steep costs of college are no longer just a problem for parents – many expect their kids to save more than...

Make education a lifelong endeavor

The world’s rich countries face a looming challenge in education: Too many of their citizens lack the skills and credentials needed for the jobs...
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