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HIGH. This word has various significations: 1. Principal or chief, as high constable, high sheriff. 2. Prominent, in a bad sense, as high treason. 3. Open, not confined, as high seas.

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NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings assigns an 'AA-' underlying rating to the $40 million Red River Education Finance Corporation Higher Education revenue bonds (Texas Christian University Project) series 2006.
You seek out the political and business leaders in your state to help you get started and get your agenda," says Larry Isaak, president of the Midwestern Higher Education Compact.
Keeling & Associates works with colleges, universities, and professional organizations to strengthen vision, strategy, and results in higher education.
Yet, in Texas, Hispanic and black students are enrolling in higher education at rates lower than white students.
It's not good for society as a whole if we price higher education in such a way that the decisions that are made about where I go to college and the degrees I get are driven by the fact that I'm going to have a lot of debt at the end,'' Haberman said.
Low-Income Women and Higher Education in Post Welfare America, V.
The community college is distinguished from other higher education institutions by its mission which is grounded on three interrelated commitments: a) a philosophy of open access, which incorporates the open door admissions policy; b) a promise to deliver a comprehensive curriculum; and c) a pledge to respond to the educational needs of adult learners in the community (Monroe, 1972).
Thus, the opportunities and challenges facing Palestinian post-secondary education need to be understood within several distinct but overlapping contexts: global trends in higher education, issues common to higher education in many post-colonial, newly independent countries, and the unique aspects of higher education in Palestine, given its specific history of occupation, the intifada, and current state-building activities.
The Western Governors University, the University of Phoenix, Britain's Open University, and Florida Gulf Coast University are representative of institutions that have already made serious investments in the success of this new form of higher education.
A qualified state tuition program, as defined in section 529, is one established by a state (or agency or instrumentality thereof) under which a person may (1) purchase tuition credits or certificates for a designated beneficiary that entitle the beneficiary to a waiver of or payment of qualified higher education expenses or (2) contribute to an account established to meet the designated beneficiary's qualified higher education expenses.
professor of education at the University of Michigan and chairman of the Higher Education Division of the National Alliance for Black School Educators, says blacks will act as their own role models as they attain higher education.
The relatively new field of enrollment management has become increasingly important to higher education institutions faced with a growing reliance on tuition as a source of funding, due to increased costs of higher education, declining public support, and increased competition.

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