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“After a six-year Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) campaign, the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) announced an important policy benefiting Jewish students in elementary, secondary and post-secondary schools.”
“Over the next decade, the 20 occupations in the manufacturing industry that are expected to need the greatest number of workers will require at least some post-secondary education, according to the Manufacturing Institute, part of the National Association of Manufacturers.”
“According to the Center of Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University, a post-secondary certificate adds almost $117,000 in lifetime earnings over a high school diploma or those with no other degrees.”
“It may be no surprise that GED credential recipients, on average, see lower wages than those with high school diplomas, and that the latter group trails those with post-secondary education by 10 percent in earnings for every year of college completed.”
“The roughly 3,000 for-profit colleges and universities now account for 12% of all post-secondary students, and they are closing in on serving 2 million students.”
“Over the last two decades, the number of students attending post-secondary institutions soared from 14.3 million to 19.6 million; and the even more rapid expansion of private for-profit colleges and universities accommodated nearly 30 percent of that increase.”
“The share of post-secondary students attending private for-profits rose from less than 2 percent to nearly 10 percent, because these institutions established certain powerful advantages.”
“They are very limited in scope- the plans are specifically designated for post-secondary school tuition and expenses.”
“If the beneficiary fails to go to college, the account can be transferred to benefit another family member's post-secondary education.”
“-- Grade point average in high school (56 percent) -- Recommendations and quality of prior post-secondary institution (48 percent) -- Essay or writing sample (47 percent) -- Scores on standardized tests (42 percent).”
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