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Fed gov’t report to colleges: Require financial literacy courses to slow student loan crisis

A multi-agency government commission has released a report recommending colleges offer mandatory financial literacy programs to educate students on loans and college debt. The report, “Best Practices for Financial Literacy and Education at Institutions of Higher Education,” was produced by the U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission (FLEC). The commission …

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Japan to boost education support for non-native children

TOKYO — Japan will provide more support for educating children of foreign nationals from early childhood through high school, including by increasing Japanese-language classes, under a plan released Monday. The education ministry’s proposals follow changes in April to immigration law that allow certain foreign workers to bring family with them to Japan. Schools had already been …

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Statewide Meetings Held on Student Loans

Sarah Korte graduated from her undergrad program at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with no student loan debt. But around $40,000 in student loans from her law degree has started to affect other financial decisions in her life, like buying a tractor for her family’s farm. Korte was one of seven …

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What’s going on with all the construction around Tempe?

Photo by Carter Kelpsh | The State Press  Construction on the ASU Tempe campus. Taken on Saturday, June 8, 2019. Share Tweet Email Print By McKenzie Sadeghi | 6 hours ago This summer, various construction projects are popping up all around ASU’s Tempe campus. While they’re creating temporary traffic and …

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