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Romney and Obama in the University of Miami

Romney and Obama in the University of MiamiDebating over the various issues of America, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are now on the way to attract Hispanic voters. The Republican presidential candidate and existing President of US will visit the BankUnited Center Fieldhouse of University of Miami and will discuss about the future and education of the Hispanic Community.

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KPMG Foundation Awards Assama Sawani $10,000 Scholarship for Doctorate at FIU

KPMG Foundation Awards Assama Sawani $10,000 Scholarship for Doctorate at FIUWith the cost of education rising every year, several motivated scholars either give up their dreams or rely on financial support for transforming their dreams into reality. Getting into a doctoral program is an expensive choice for some, while for others getting back to school means giving up on a lucrative job. Financial independence and security is a vital factor that restrains deserving students from attaining higher education. Presence of minority community in corporate jobs is less as there are very few students from these communities who study business and enter corporate world.

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School Meals Bill Stalls despite Man's 28-Day Hunger Strike

School Meals Bill Stalls despite Man's 28-Day Hunger Strike

As a resident of Anchorage reached 28 days of a hunger strike in the school lunch legislation stalled, co-chairman of the Committee, where he is hiding, until the law said he has changed course and has no plans for a hearing on the measure.

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Report: Minority students face harsher punishments

Report: Minority students face harsher punishments

Afro-Americans or Hispanics, the likelihood and exposed to be deported - or yet arrested - than their white peers. It is clear why.

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N.J. Gov. Looks to Change How At-Risk Students Are Counted

N.J. Gov. Looks to Change How At-Risk Students Are Counted

Governor Chris Christie declared recently he is known for a different approach to low-income students whose districts will qualify for extra help from school because of the current measure-participation in a subsidized lunch program in schools, studied with troubled perhaps guilty of fraud and embezzlement of millions of dollars.

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