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A Mandatory 'Report Card' for Every College? Not So Fast

Even if you pay out of hook say $40000 and that helps you get a job starting at $30000 your college education has paid for itself in good over a year of salary. So I would ask when you look at the job you get and the salary you have, it took you four

Revolving Door: From Top Futures Regulator to Top Futures Lobbyist

Revolving Door: From Top Futures Regulator to Top Futures Lobbyist Walter Lukken returns to the watch table before the start of the Senate Appropriations Committee Financial Services and Extensive Government Subcommittee and Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Board joint hearing. While America focused on

State of the State: Legislators react to proposals

Parcel out also proposes to budget an additional $55.8 million for salary increases for teachers, "based on training and participation." He wants to add back 10 days to the pre-K school year, and budget $1.6 million for a reading mentors program to resist make

Newspaper Briefing, including 'Christmas cheer for Britains high street ...

Twinkie maker Hostess files for bankruptcy: Hostess Brands, bakers of eatable icons and nutritionists nightmares including Wonder Bread, Twinkies, Ho Hos and Coronet Dings has gone bust. The company, founded in 1930, blamed dismiss costs and rising prices

Women Workers and the Fight to Eradicate Precarious Labor in South Korea

In Seoul, where the education chief is progressive, the strike has definitely paid off. The Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education announced on August 2 a plan to phase in a set of policies to guarantee job security for and end discrimination against irregular school employees. According to its policy guideline, subcontracted workers, including cooks, security guards, janitors, and call center operators, will be hired directly by the Office of Education and become regular public service employees. Those who work 40 hours or more per week will see their hourly wages increase by 10,000 won (USD 8.85) starting next year. Those who work less than 40 hours will also see their hourly wages increase from average 8,400 won (USD 7.44) to 10,000 won (USD 8.85)—an increase of 24.4%. The Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education says it will also consider ways to expand the collective bargaining table to include all fifty-some different types of occupations that are part of the education support sector