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Only 40% from middle class who start college earn...

Here's a little-known, scary stat: More than half of middle class kids who start college fail to earn a bachelor's degree within six to eight years.

The low graduation rate has big implications for young adults' ability to remain in the middle class,…

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Impasse declared between union, school district

After eight negotiation sessions, the School District of Volusia County is at an impasse with the Volusia Teacher's Organization over wages and benefits for the 2014-15 fiscal year.

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What $100,000 in student debt feels like

Loads. Of. Debt.

That's the story of graduates today.

But $100,000? Or more. Any debt counselor will tell you that's insane.

It's a choke-hold on young people starting their lives -- It means putting off getting married, having children, and buying…

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Where you go to college usually doesn't matter

During a conversation with a professor at an Ivy League college, a mother nudges her daughter to share how she's president of her school's "survivors-of-bulimia" group.

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Bob Jones III sorry for anti-gay comments

Three and a half decades after calling for homosexuals to be stoned, former Bob Jones University President Bob Jones III has apologized.

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NRA: Campus cops misusing tax money

Florida's NRA leader is accusing campus police chiefs of using tax dollars to lobby against a bill allowing guns on campuses.

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Mechanical engineering professor detained

Mechanical engineering professor John Schueller detained in Abu Dhabi.

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California teachers are mad their pension fund still owns...

The California teachers' pension fund still hasn't shaken off its investment in gun maker Bushmaster, more than two years after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

And now the teachers are mad. California teachers are planning a…

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Bill to limit public school testing

The number of standardized tests given to public school students would be reduced under a bill passed by the Florida House.

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Bush walks tightrope

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is standing by his endorsement of Common Core education standards and an immigration overhaul.

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