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Medical school applicants should study schools’ social media stances carefully.
Some students say law schools require too much of summer public interest internship applicants.
Experts say schools are taking fewer field trips due to budget cuts and a focus on testing.
Without quick action, a generation of the economic walking dead faces a lost decade.
Students rack up college credit and tech certifications at this Sanford, Fla., high school.
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Med school officials say it's all Greek to them that classical language skills help aspiring doctors.
Simple changes at high schools can save energy and help teach students about the environment.
At these public schools, in-state medical students can expect to pay more than $34,000 each year.