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Tuition holds the line at UM Law

It seems students at the University of Maryland School of Law have already gotten a great present this holiday season: no tuition increase next year. This despite other schools within the University of Maryland, Baltimore seeing an average tuition increase ...

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Students protest as UK gov’t debates tripling tuition

LONDON — British lawmakers on Thursday approved a controversial plan to triple university tuition fees by a narrow margin after some government legislators rebelled amid violent protests outside Parliament. The plan to raise the cap on tuition fees to 9,000 ...

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Md. law firms rethink approach to summer associate programs

Summer associate programs at some of the larger and mid-sized law firms around Baltimore are a mixed bag this year. Some firms, like Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP and Ballard Spahr LLP, have jettisoned the programs for 2011; others, like ...

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Panel bucks Maryland teacher evaluations

ANNAPOLIS — A regulation that would base 50 percent of teacher evaluations on “student growth” to secure federal funds was rejected by a legislative committee because it took away the flexibility of local school systems and required feedback that “never ...

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Salisbury University remakes its campus

SALISBURY — The massive overhaul now transforming the face of Salisbury University’s campus is, according to officials, moving along nicely, and all work should be wrapped up by summer. There are four projects: construction of the new Perdue School of ...

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