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East Tennessee State University at Kingsport Downtown will hold a "Q & A Open House" for anyone interested in attending the school.
Two new scholarships have been established at Marshall University in honor of two graduates who are supporters of the school.,
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The Hoxie School Board had a historic decision to make.
The New York Senate rejected a bill Monday that would open up state tuition assistance to students in the country illegally, dashing long-held hopes of immigration advocates and prompting finger-pointing among rival Democrats.
The House Education Committee moved a bill Monday on gathering educational data on military family students for use by deployment families coming to the state.
Jacob Fitch still remembers it clearly, even three years later.
New York Sea Grant is looking to hire college and graduate students to serve as Launch Stewards to inspect boats and educate the public about aquatic invasive species this summer.
An advocacy group is welcoming New London's recognition of Muslim school holidays in its calendar for the next school year.