04 décembre 2016

Combien les élèves coûtent-ils à l’Etat ?

Selon la Direction de l’évaluation, de la prospective et de la performance (DEPP), 147,8 milliards d’euros ont ainsi été consacrés à l’Education en 2015. Cela représente 6,8 % du PIB. C’est le secondaire qui requiert le plus de dépenses : 58,3 milliards d’euros, soit près de 40 % du budget. L’école primaire coûte quant à elle 42,5 milliards d’euros, et l’enseignement supérieur 30,1 milliards d’euros. Voir l'article...

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26 novembre 2016

As college costs rise, so do the number of administrators

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. The number of executive, administrative and managerial employees on university campuses nationwide continued its relentless rise right through the recession, up by a collective 15 percent between 2007 and 2014, federal data show. More...

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12 novembre 2016

Greek life at colleges comes with a cost

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. When a student decides to go Greek, the cost of joining in addition to the fees due every semester can pile up. More...

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Americans increasingly mistrustful of college costs, leadership, value

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. Overshadowed by the presidential race has been another set of polls this campaign season.
They expose declining confidence. Low approval ratings. Financial worries. Mistrust. More...

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Competency-based degree program costs average around $4,500

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. As ever-increasing tuition rates at many colleges and universities are putting a college education out of reach for some, Texas A&M University-Commerce is developing a program that has helped students earn a degree at a cost comparable to a single year at some schools. More...

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College costs rising faster than financial aid

University Business LogoSubmitted by Tim Goral. Colleges are putting the brakes on hefty price increases, but tuition and fees are still rising at a faster rate than the financial aid and family income needed to cover costs, according to two reports released Wednesday by the College Board. More...

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09 novembre 2016

Le coût des études supérieures très inégal en Europe

Par Orientations. Une étude de la Commission européenne révèle de fortes inégalités entre pays dans le coût des études supérieures. Les politiques boursières sont également très différentes. Voir l'article...

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04 novembre 2016

Four in ten university students lack food security as education costs skyrocket

By Jacob Lorinc. Nearly half of students surveyed had forgone healthy food to pay for books, tuition fees and rent, according to an exclusive report from Meal Exchange. More...

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27 octobre 2016

Higher ed: The stubbornly high cost of doing business

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. In The Hechinger Report’s recent article, “University Bureaucracies Grew 15 Percent During the Recession, Even as Budgets Were Cut and Tuition Increased,” reporter Jon Marcus examined the confounding trend. More...

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22 octobre 2016

Study: Remedial Education Costs Students $1.3B

HomeBy Ashley A. Smith. A new report from Generation Progress and the Center for American Progress finds remedial education can cost students approximately $1.3 billion annually. Read more...

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