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Published: March 11, 2014 | Category: Latest News

New efforts emerge to harden existing security protocols

Last month the Obama administration released a voluntary best practices framework to address the growing concerns surrounding increased cyber attacks on government, corporate and research institution networks. Last summer, Stanford University suffered a security breach, allegedly at the hands of a hacker by the moniker  “Ag3nt47.” The mission of Executive […]

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Published: March 4, 2014 | Category: Latest News

SAT to undergo overhaul and partners with Kahn Academy

Starting in the spring of 2016, students will face a much different SAT exam. Coming just months after an overhaul to the General Educational Development (GED) exam, the redesign hopes to assess candidates better than previous iterations. While the SAT will maintain a 1,600-point scoring scale, students will no longer […]

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Published: February 21, 2014 | Category: Latest News

GED exam faces first update in 12 years

The GED has always been a safe haven for those that never finished high school for one reason another. Created over 70 years ago, the General Educational Development test is now facing some design and policy overhauls. The new tests will be aligned to match the Common Core State Standards […]

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Published: February 14, 2014 | Category: Latest News

Government looks to crack down on FAFSA scammers

The start of each new semester at colleges and universities around the United States means the federal government continually faces a barrage of financial aid scams. The rise in rip-offs may continue as the Obama administration outlined a plan to raise the amount of financial aid available to students in […]

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