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While many adults have trouble balancing their checkbooks and managing finances, sixth-graders at Lansdowne Middle School are already experienced in writing checks and running businesses like professionals. "I know how to write checks to people, how...
This month, 900 Strayer University students walked across the stage at 1st Mariner Arena during a regional commencement ceremony in which they were awarded bachelor's degrees from an institution whose Baltimore roots date to the late 19th century....
Dulaney High School was one of five schools nationwide selected this month to receive a $5,000 Educator for a Day grant from Walden University, in Minnesota. Schools that were selected hosted an Educator for a Day event on Thursday, Nov. 15. For its...
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The mayor of "JA BizTown" worked hard for the money Friday — all $18 of it. His pay for the day, two paychecks of $9 each, was play money that he could spend only in BizTown. But Mayor Essex Thayer, 11, cared more about signing checks than...
The University of Phoenix announced plans this week to close more than 100 locations nationwide, including the Timonium center in Baltimore County. The 70 students enrolled at the Greenspring Drive branch can complete their degrees online or enroll at...
Donna Bethea, a health care analyst and longtime Northwest Baltimore resident, died of leukemia Tuesday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 44. Ms. Bethea was born in Baltimore and raised on Brighton Avenue. She was a 1985 graduate of...
Rep. Elijah E. Cummings said Monday he is launching an investigation into the salaries and bonuses paid to the top executives of for-profit colleges, noting that a majority of their revenue comes from students who are receiving federal tuition aid....
The Baltimore-Washington corridor is an economic powerhouse in many areas -- federal contracting, anyone? -- but it may soon become known as the nexus of another, growing industry: online education. The $400 million purchase of a local education...
Baltimore International College is set to hand over control of its operations to Virginia's Stratford University after restructuring its debt and receiving approval from the required accrediting agencies. The downtown culinary college held its final...
Ken Rose is a Bank of America customer, but he has also done business for years with Destinations Credit Union in Parkville. Now, with the bank's announcement that it will charge many debit-card users a $5 monthly fee, the Edmondson Village resident...
If you're a student, established professional or business owner, an initiative recently approved by the Florida Legislature may change how you pursue a college degree, advance your career or locate your company. All you need is a computer, time and the...
The Better Business Initiative Workshop May 13 and 14 — Matt Hackett, who has been at the forefront of the media industry for more than 20 years, will discuss advertising strategies. Choose from sessions at 8:30 or 11:30 a.m., 3:30 or 6 p.m. May...
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