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  • Burbank Unified uses grant money to purchase 200-plus new computers

    Burbank Unified school officials have made their first big dent in a $1.4-million grant the district was awarded earlier this year to create educational pathways for students to take from school into their careers. The first major purchases, approved...
  • Graphic designer, 29, learns to set reasonable financial goals

    Graphic designer, 29, learns to set reasonable financial goals
    Graphic designer Jonathan Ng didn't worry much about his spending habits or his trouble finding a full-time job that came with employer-sponsored health insurance. Then the 29-year-old New York transplant got engaged and took an online quiz to determine...
  • East Catholic Student Recognized For Efforts To Feed The Poor Worldwide

    East Catholic High School student Grace Mazzarella recently received the 2014 Better Business Bureau's student ethics award and scholarship for her commitment to community service. Mazzarella, a 17-year-old senior from Tolland, brought the Feeding...
  • Senate leader Kevin De Leon proposes slashing rival's key program

    Two days after lawmaker John Perez left office, longtime political rival and Senate leader Kevin De Leon proposed Tuesday to make deep cuts to a scholarship program seen as a key part of Perez's legacy as state Assembly speaker. De Leon, who like...
  • North Central College receives grant for downtown Naperville park

    North Central College receives grant for downtown Naperville park
    North Central College has received a state grant to help fund the park it is creating in downtown Naperville. The $1.1 million in state funds will go toward environmental restoration and construction of the park at 430 S. Washington Street. The 1-acre...
  • Boynton Woman's Club plans Runway for Scholarships Fashion Show, luncheon

    Boynton Woman's Club plans Runway for Scholarships Fashion Show, luncheon
    The Boynton Woman's Club kicks off its 2014-2015 season this month with its annual fashion show, a fundraiser for its scholarship fund. The club, whose building was recently designated as an historical building by the city of Boynton Beach, raises money...
  • Lipizzaners scheduled for 3 Lady Lake shows

    Lipizzaners scheduled for 3 Lady Lake shows
    Herrmann's Royal Lipizzan Stallions, known for their beauty and precision routines, will perform at 2 p.m. Nov. 21 through 23 at the Grand Oaks Resort in Lady Lake. The Lipizzan Stallions, considered the ballet dancers of the horse world, are direct...
  • Information sessions on financial aid for higher education to be offered Nov. 6

    Northwestern Lehigh School District students and parents can learn more about financial aid options available for higher education during a special session, 6:30-8 p.m. Nov. 6. The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency will instruct students on...
  • IB Program At Sunset Ridge Among Several School District Changes

    EAST HARTFORD — The school district is developing plans to convert Sunset Ridge School into a International Baccalaureate academy, Superintendent Nathan Quesnel told the school board this week. The move would complete a "pipeline" of IB education...
  • UC proposes steady tuition hikes

    UC proposes steady tuition hikes
    For the first time in four years, UC leaders are proposing tuition hikes — as much as 5% in each of the next five years — to help cover rising costs and to expand the enrollment of California students. For undergraduates who are California...
  • For-profit colleges sue U.S. Education Department amid crackdown

    For-profit colleges sue U.S. Education Department amid crackdown
    A group representing for-profit colleges on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration's new gainful employment rules that aim to protect students from lackluster degrees and huge debt loads. The Association of Private Sector Colleges...