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The term "student-athlete" is out of date, say attorneys and other advocates for paying college athletes.
Lee Benson, Execute to Win founder & CEO, discusses how his new operating system helps streamline workplace performance reviews and reduce corporate clutter.
Andréa Backman, Jack Welch Mgmt. Institute at Strayer University dean, discusses the revolution of online education and its impact on enhancing careers. Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management Institute, weighs in.
Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management Institute at Strayer University, shares his thoughts on jobs creation in the U.S.
The Republicans have one mission and that is to win the Senate, says Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management Institute, sharing his thoughts on what the GOP needs to do to recapture the majority in the Senate.
The commercial industrial business needs to come back, says Jack Welch, executive chairman of the Jack Welch Management Institute at Strayer University.
CNBC's Sheila Dharmarajan reports 15 percent of high school aged children are diagnosed with ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Dr. Richard Saul wrote a book called "ADHD Does Not Exist." Saul is certain attention ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder exists only in its symptoms. The condition does not exist.
College scholarship offers abound this time of year, but landing one takes planning and effort. Here's how to make the process work.
Serge Pun, Executive Chairman of Yoma Strategic Holdings, speaks to CNBC's Asia Squawk Box about the firm's expansion into the fields of education, agriculture and logistics in Myanmar.
The Hult Prize is a start-up accelerator for budding social entrepreneurs. Hult Prize founder and CEO Ahmad Ashkar, discusses the program to help solve some of the world's toughest challenges.
Jane Wells reflects on why so many people can't forget the losses they endured in 2009, from houses to money to jobs.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports from Greensboro, North Carolina, where aviation company TIMCO is recruiting students as young as middle school.
College Board said the update is needed to make the exam representative of what students study in school and the skills they need to succeed.
A student who sued her parents for support had her initial request denied by a judge, who cautioned that the case could lead to a "slippery slope."
On second thought, the University of Chicago won't be having Fabrice Tourre teaching students.
Visa requests allowing overseas nationals to work in the U.S. could reach record levels in 2014.
Nina Rees, president and CEO of The national Alliance of Public Charter Schools, discusses NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio's war on charter schools.
The federal government accused ITT Educational Services, one of the largest for-profit post-secondary education chains, of making predatory loans.
With alumni who have founded Google, Instagram, and WhatsApp, Stanford University teaches persistence and the power of having a thick skin.
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