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More students with learning disabilities are heading to college and confronting new challenges. They can find help on campus, but the most supportive programs are rare.
The Education Department is weighing a pilot project that would let students use Pell Grants at coding boot camps and other nontraditional programs.
Sen. Ted Cruz says in his new memoir that he was hung over that day at Brown University. But, say admissions officers, that was tame compared with what they’ve seen.
The proposal would make more workers eligible for overtime pay, and colleges would feel its impact. It’s unclear, however, how many campus jobs might be affected.
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