Education This section offers the latest releases in the field of public and private education, including all levels from early-childhood education to third-level higher education and beyond. Find news relating to educational policy and funding, as well as related research and study results. Get the latest information on school enrollment and enrichment opportunities. Also included are announcements regarding major donations, scholarships, grants, and new programs. Learn about awards, accreditation, school rankings, and educational statistics, including news about homeschooling trends, laws, and developments.

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Based upon total headcount enrollment figures from fall 2012 to fall 2013, College of DuPage grew 9.4 percent, from 26,156 students to 28,627 students. This ranks College of DuPage sixth nationally behind five California schools.

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Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pa., is a distinctive, world-class research university that blends cutting-edge programs across many disciplines including business, computer science, the arts and sciences, engineering and public policy.

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Roger Williams University to lease 76,566 square feet of space for its expanded Providence campus at One Empire Plaza in downtown Providence, Rhode Island.

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Globe University

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University of Dayton officials unveiled Dayton's new multimillion-dollar, 10,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art training facility.

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Enjoy Neuro-Ludus game scenario while playing your way to a smarter brain! Following an ecological disaster, some primitive bacteria have attacked the human brain and threaten to erode the superiority of the human race over other living organisms. Save the human race! Play Neuro-Ludus. Collect neuro-energy to rewire human brains. (PRNewsFoto/Competences R&D Inc.)

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