Fostering Independence Through Education Act: A Cost Estimate

| May 30, 2019

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Using these estimates, we determined the minimum cost, maximum cost, and most likely cost of the proposed tuition waiver bill at the state and school level. Calculation of the
minimum cost assumes each of the eligible students who choose to enroll in higher education receives the maximum award for federal and state grants and attend the least expensive school.

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How can you use statistics to make sense of the game of cricket?

Article | August 25, 2020

Firstly, statistics take data collected from real-world events, and provide a framework to analyse and present this data in a way that other people can draw conclusions from. For example, data collected about temperatures of countries can help me decide where I want to go on holiday. Data collected about the number of tourists visiting the Trevi fountain in Rome helps me decide when it’s best to visit without having to battle my way through hoards of people. It also tells me the Trevi fountain is a really, really popular tourist destination in Rome. I may start asking myself why this is and then start looking into the history of the Trevi fountain. Statistics can do this.

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3 Remote Learning Technology Must-Haves for Higher Ed

Article | April 11, 2020

Determining a timeline for when higher education will go back to “normal” is an aimless guessing game. Will it be weeks? Months? Years? For colleges and universities, the sudden shift away from traditional classroom spaces has upended typical teaching tactics. Even schools with minimal online infrastructure must now deliver distance learning at scale. For educators who are tech-savvy (and those who are not) to make this transition and develop curricula that support student success, the right resources are critical.

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VR Gives Students New Ways to Learn

Article | March 26, 2020

What she discovered, and what more and more educators across the country are beginning to realize, is that VR is a useful tool for students with special needs, particularly those on the autism spectrum. Many students with autism need practice navigating real-life settings and scenarios that neurotypical students take for granted. VR headsets and software can provide lifelike simulations that allow students to repeat behaviors multiple times before applying their learning in the real world.

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How to send money to Greece

Article | October 20, 2020

Throughout history, Greece has been one of the most influential countries in the world. Whether it’s philosophy, mathematics or simply delicious Greek food, Greek culture has spread far and wide on a global scale. There are around 7 million Greek people living and working abroad, mainly in North and South America, Australia and across Europe. Many of these expats send money to friends and family in Greece regularly, and when they do they want to find the cheapest way to send money to Greece. They also want money transfers that are fast, so that their recipients aren’t left waiting around for the money to arrive.

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Colorado College

Colorado College was established as a coeducational institution in 1874, two years before Colorado became a state. Drawing upon the adventurous spirit of the Rocky Mountain West, we challenge students, one course at a time, to develop those habits of intellect and imagination that will prepare them for learning and leadership throughout their lives.

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