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  • NEW YORK, June 15- Sometime soon after his fourth child was born, it dawned on Howard Krooks that he was going to be on the hook for 12 consecutive years of college tuition payments when they all grew up. His oldest child is now 19 and attending a culinary institute in New York. About 14 percent of U.S. families have four or more children, while 24 percent have three...

  • Music mogul DJ Khaled on how he conquered social media

    DJ Khaled, music mogul and national spokesperson for "Get Schooled," talks about providing the tools to help motivate students to graduate from high school and college.

  • The INSEAD campus in Fontainebleau, France.

    INSEAD might have roots in Fontainebleau in France, but the elite graduate business school is also focusing on Asia.

  • NEW YORK, June 8- Leading U.S. business schools are trying to teach students how to become masters of financial technology, a subsector of Wall Street that has grown in size and prominence, but because the area is still ill-defined and relatively new it is hard to develop courses. Stanford University and Georgetown University business schools are planning to...

  • KAIST earned its first-place rank, in part, by producing a high volume of influential inventions. Its researchers submit more patents than 74 out of the 75 top-ranked universities in the region, and outside researchers frequently cite KAIST inventions in their own patents and research papers. In 2015 a university team collaborated with Rainbow Co, a company...

  • KAIST earned its first-place rank, in part, by producing a high volume of influential inventions. Its researchers submit more patents than 74 out of the 75 top-ranked universities in the region, and outside researchers frequently cite KAIST inventions in their own patents and research papers. In 2015 a university team collaborated with Rainbow Co, a company...

  • KAIST earned its first-place rank, in part, by producing a high volume of influential inventions. Its researchers submit more patents than 74 out of the 75 top-ranked universities in the region, and outside researchers frequently cite KAIST inventions in their own patents and research papers. In 2015 a university team collaborated with Rainbow Co, a company...

  • KAIST earned its first-place rank, in part, by producing a high volume of influential inventions. Its researchers submit more patents than 74 out of the 75 top-ranked universities in the region, and outside researchers frequently cite KAIST inventions in their own patents and research papers. In 2015 a university team collaborated with Rainbow Co, a company...

  • SAO PAULO, June 5- Brazil's antitrust watchdog Cade has demanded asset sales larger than initially expected by the country's largest for-profit college operators, Kroton Educacional SA and Estácio Participações SA, before it will approve their merger, three people with knowledge of the matter said on Monday. Bloomberg reported earlier on Monday that...

  • An Increasing Teacher Shortage

    Public schools like Mason Academy in Detroit are struggling to attract and retain educators. This is part of a nationwide shortage of teachers, set to hit 100,000 a year by the year 2025 according to the America Federation of Teachers, exacerbated in rural areas and inner cities.

  • CHICAGO, June 1- Nearly half the recent immigrants to the United States have college degrees, reflecting a steady increase in educational attainment fueled largely by growing numbers of people from Asia, a study released on Thursday showed. Rising immigration from countries such as India, China and the Philippines helped increase the share of arrivals with a...

  • Silicon Valley's housing crunch hits teachers

    CNBC's Aditi Roy reports that the sky-high cost of Silicon Valley real estate isn't just affecting the area's tech workers.

  • How 'Scholly' helps students tackle loan debt

    Christopher Gray, Scholly co-founder and CEO, discusses how the company's simple search platform is helping students find the funds to achieve their education dreams.

  • CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 25- Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg returned on Thursday to Harvard University, the school he dropped out of to start the pioneering social network, to urge its graduating class to help create a new social safety net to allow creative risk-taking. The 33- year-old tech founder of the world's largest social networking company said he would...

  • Udacity partners with more than 30 companies, such as Google, AT&T, Facebook and Amazon, to teach the skills these employers look for.

  • *Company founded 5 yrs ago by Cambridge, Imperial graduates. LONDON, May 12- Improbable, a British tech simulation company dreamt up at Cambridge University, has raised $502 million in a funding round led by Japan's SoftBank, valuing it at over $1 billion and propelling it into the top ranks of the European industry. Improbable was founded only five years ago by...

  • A high school student fills out a form for a scholarship in Los Angeles. (File photo).

    Raise.me, a for-profit startup, explains to CNBC's "On the Money" why its a good thing to pay students for good grades.

  • Pearson CEO: Look forward to engagement with teacher unions

    Pearson CEO John Fallon talks about the relationship the education and publishing group has with a group of international teaching unions.

  • Pearson CEO: I’ve bought shares in the firm with extra pay

    Pearson CEO John Fallon tells CNBC it’s for the board to decide his annual salary while commenting on additional pay that he receives.

  • Working to make Pearson as efficient as I can: CEO

    Pearson CEO John Fallon talks about the importance of technology and quality of education, following the release of its latest earnings.