- post- + secondary (Wiktionary)
“The Washington Post attributes efforts on Lumina's part to Obama's call for America's return to the top spot in postsecondary attainment by 2020, but Lumina also has its own agenda.”
“Michelle Asha Cooper, Ph. D., is the president of the Institute for Higher Education Policy, an independent, nonprofit organization that is dedicated to increasing access and success in postsecondary education around the world.”
“A separate, long-term postsecondary spending account would help.”
“The terms postsecondary education, college, and higher education are used interchangeably in this paper to mean some kind of formal education or training after high school in a postsecondary institution that leads to a credential or degree.”
“Meehan aptly calls postsecondary education "a system that serves everyone but the student.”
“A majority of the fastest growing jobs do, in fact, require some kind of postsecondary training.”
“Ninety percent of our fastest growing jobs in this country will require some kind of postsecondary education.”
“All of this, of course, implies a pluralistic kind of postsecondary education in which different kinds of programmes are available to suit differing interests and abilities.”
“public benefits" prohibited by this legislation specifically name postsecondary education benefits without specifically excluding those earlier tuition benefits, opens the door to all sorts of political shenanigans.”
“DiSanto of Richmond Hill, Ont., did we settle on "postsecondary" to describe the third level of education?”
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