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First guilty entered in Chinese test-taking indictment

Twenty-five-year-old Biyuan Li (BEE-wan lee), of Boston, acknowledged paying $5,990 to have the Graduate Record Examination taken for him in December. Those indicted last month are either students charged with paying to have others take the tests or ... Washington Times, 1 week ago

One out of four take GRE test in India

The graduate record examination or GRE may not be the easiest examination to sit for but as 2014 showed, its popularity in India is increasing by the year. “During 2014, the number of repeat tests reached an all-time high. Our research showed that nearly ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Obama College Ratings Plan To Include Graduates' Earnings Data

SAUL LOEB via U.S. households for the first time would be able to examine how much a college's graduates earn and how often its students receive a degree with new data the Obama administration intends to make public in the coming weeks. The ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago

Researchers Provide New Details About Sea Stars' Immunity

ARLINGTON, Texas -- A study led by a University of Texas at Arlington graduate student examining sea stars dying along the West Coast provides new clues about the starfish's immune response and its ability to protect a diverse coastal ecosystem. ...
 ScienceNewsline10 hours ago
Nigerian Voice

Corruption In Education Sector : A Graduate Without Examination.

It was Jean Jacques Rousseau a foremost philosopher in history that said plants are shaped by cultivation and men by education….. we are born weak , we need strength, we are born totally unprovided, we need aid , we are born stupid , we need ...
 Nigerian Voice10 hours ago

Sustainability for Capital Markets

Eromosele Abiodun examines the Nigerian Stock Exchange's first sustainability report, stressing that it will help to ensure sustainable capital markets for the country. Sustainability reporting is a vital step towards achieving a sustainable global ...
 Individual.com14 hours ago

The Participant 7/28/15: China

CHINESE STOCKS STILL CRASHING The Shanghai Composite recorded its largest single-session crash since June 2007 on Monday, dropping 8.5% to 3726. A soft manufacturing report confirmed suspicions that the government's recent attempts to reignite ...
 Seeking Alpha1 day ago

What Can You Do for the Country? [column]

My column of last week, If you live in Uganda, just don't fall sick, received a record number of responses. Many readers posted comments directly onto ug and there were further comments on Facebook and Twitter including several shares.
 Individual.com2 days ago Uganda: What Can You Do for the Country?  AllAfrica.com2 days ago

Tribe historian: Oak Flat is sacred? News to me

It was with great interest that my son, who just graduated from Arizona State University, showed me a recent story regarding the controversy around Oak Flat, near the small mining town of Superior. As a San Carlos tribal member and Apache ...
 AZCentral.com5 days ago

Pacelli School records 98% pass in NECO

STUDENTS of Pacelli School for the Blind and Partially Sighted Children, Lagos, recorded 98 per cent success in the 2015 Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE), organised by the National Examination Council (NECO). Principal of the ...
 The Guardian Nigeria6 days ago
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