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Rasmussen College says the change aligns with its community-service goals. It might also help meet an accreditor's call for colleges to serve the public good.
He has asked top officials to commit to leadership principles that, among other things, set standards of tidiness and punctuality.
We must resist the constant winds of compromise that soothe but distract us from our soundest judgments.
To tell 17-year-olds that they might have a chance to do something interesting—in four years—isn’t very persuasive.
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