Saturday, January 24, 2009

At elite colleges, new aid for the middle

At elite colleges, new aid for the middle
Some of the nation's most elite colleges, trying to ward off perceptions that they've become unaffordable to even high-income families, are bolstering their financial aid packages by offering grants to students whose parents earn as much as $180,000 a year.

Preaching need for better schools

When the Rev. Gregory G. Groover Sr. and his wife first moved to Roxbury seven years ago, they did not immediately send their children to the Boston public schools. Continue reading ...

OFF-Campus / Freshers / Tech Support / Testing Jobs in Bang

Position: Trainee - Support/ TestingEducation: BE /B.Tech /ME /M.Tech /MCA (CS,IS,IT,EC,EE,Telecom) 2008 BatchExp: Fresher Read more ...

National foundation launched to help Americans

With the support of leaders from the Online Lenders Alliance the Community Financial Education Foundation (CFEF) has been created to educate micro-loan borrowers on money management and to help them achieve financial independence. Continue reading ...