1. "Alberta Could" invest in post-secondary education


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    With a progressive income tax and fair corporate taxes, Alberta could support young Albertans to pursue their dreams in post-secondary education. Learn more at www.albertacould.org.

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    • "Post-Secondary Education is the Answer"


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      On February 27, 2015, Public Interest Alberta launched the "Post-Secondary Education is the Answer" campaign to call for increased government investment in post-secondary education. Check out the campaign website at www.pialberta.org/PSEistheAnswer.

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      • World University LLC


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        World University is a new generation hybrid University offering fast track degrees through recognizing previous learning and work experiences

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        • Transfer Students | Champlain College


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          Feeling like your future is getting further and further away, rather than closer all the time? Transferring to Champlain can be one of the best decisions you make. To learn more, visit http://www.champlain.edu/prospective-students/transfer-students.

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          • American University "Welcome Center" Video


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            Producer for Think Again Media. We collaborated with the AU Marketing Team to create this site-specific video designed for a custom video screen in the state of the art Katzen Arts Center. We did a lot of pre-production research to leverage existing archival resources within the various University departments, and filmed for 2 days on campus.

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            • Students protest against proposed school budget cuts


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              Nearly 600 students and other protestors rallied at the State Capitol Thursday to speak out against the newly proposed budget that will cut more than $100 million from higher education.

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              • College Planning and Management: Crisis Planning and Emergency Preparedness


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                SchoolDude and College Planning and Management partner for a Crisis Planning and Emergency Preparedness Webcast directed towards public and private higher education institutions (November 2014). Shared tips and best practices include: • Education specific trends and statistics • Security and safety best practices from peer institutions • How you can demonstrate "duty of care" • How to utilize mobile technology to keep everyone prepared, safe and ready Speakers: • Paul Timm, President of RETA Security • David Kornegay, Senior Applications Engineer at SchoolDude

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                • Wilmington College is Right for Me!


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                  • WisPolitics Luncheon 3-3-15: Marquette President Michael Lovell


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                    Marquette President Michael Lovell, less than a year into his new job, talks about the state of higher education in Wisconsin, efforts to spur jobs and innovation, tuition costs for students and families and redevelopment efforts in the Marquette neighborhood as well as a new Milwaukee Bucks arena.

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                    • Singleton, Lagana & Jasey on Bill Encouraging NJ Colleges & Universities to Offer Bachelor's Degrees for $10,000 (ACR-220)


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                      In this video press release, Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton (D-Burlington), Joseph A. Lagana (D-Bergen) and Mila M. Jasey (D-Essex) discuss legislation they sponsored to encourage New Jersey's colleges and universities to offer baccalaureate degree programs that cost no more than $10,000 in tuition and fees. The bill (ACR-220) comes after a number of institutions of higher education in other states, including Texas and Florida, have taken measures to make attending college more affordable by developing $10,000 baccalaureate degree programs. According to a 2011 United States Census Bureau report, a person who graduates from college with a baccalaureate degree will earn, over the course of a lifetime, $2.4 million, which on average is $1 million more than a person with only a high school diploma. Yet, in its ninth annual report on student loan debt issued in November of 2014 the Institute for College Access and Success found that nearly seven in 10 college seniors who graduated in 2013 left school with an average of $28,400 in student loan debt, an increase of 2 percent over 2012. Also, according to the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education, for the 2014-15 academic year the average annual cost of tuition and fees for a full-time, in-state, undergraduate student enrolled in a four-year public institution of higher education is $12,894, and the average annual cost of tuition and fees for a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in an independent institution of higher education in New Jersey is $35,084.

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