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​The Power of Choice: Why Online Classes Matter to Students

There is no lack of evidence to suggest that online classes have deeply transformed the teaching and learning landscape in higher education. In 2015, for example, nearly 30 percent of college students took at least one online class. But as more faculty are being encouraged to teach online, how often...
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SAT-prep programs can make difference in students’ scores

It’s college application preparation season, with students narrowing down their school selections and studying as well as they can for the entrance exam scores required. For many students and parents, this involves seeking out a structured test-preparation program, as these can mean up to a 100-point increase in...
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Students demand hike in scholarship, mess charges

They stage dharna near Gandhi statue A protest was staged by students, under the aegis of the Students Federation of India (SFI), seeking a solution to their long pending issues like hike in scholarships and mess charges for hostel students and release of the fee-reimbursement amounts payable to...
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