March 12, 2014
Court ups payout by Chicago State University in whistleblower case (Chicago Tribune)
A Cook County judge Tuesday increased the amount of money to $3 million that Chicago State University must pay to a former employee who won a whistleblower case against the public institution last month.
The great college aid game: suspense in a teen's first adult decision (Christian Science Monitor)
Karen Rose still remembers the student from a few years ago who was crying hysterically after class because she hadn’t been accepted to Georgetown University.
Education Dept. Is Urged to Thwart Aid Abuses by Debit-Card Issuers (Chronicle of Higher Education)
The Education Department should take steps to ensure that students are protected when colleges use third-party servicers, like Higher One, to deliver financial-aid refunds, says a new report by the department’s inspector general.
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