Daily Archives: May 31, 2016

Divided We Learn: Policies to help students pay for #college continue to shift toward favoring the rich

  Determined that he and his younger brother would go to college, Eduardo Medina’s parents put money away in a savings account to pay for the tuition. It never added up to more than $5,000, and before he finished high … Continue reading

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One man’s pursuit of MBA #education gives a whole new meaning to #study #abroad

Toyosi Orunmuyi has been leading a double life. On weekends, he is a casually dressed executive MBA student at the University of Michigan in the US. On weekdays, he’s leading corporate presentations as an oil and gas executive in Lagos, … Continue reading

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First person: An #education journey that began in #prison leads to jubilation at #Yale

George Chochos at his graduation ceremony. (Photo by Jean Santopatre ’15 M.Div.) What follows was written by George Chochos, who on May 23 earned his Master of Divinity degree from Yale Divinity School. That is a major accomplishment for any Yale … Continue reading

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