Leadership Games For Students

| February 3, 2013

The Moses Cone House Estate is open to the public for walking, hiking and mountain biking. There are stables on the property, along with 27 miles of carriage trails.It can be easily seen how everyone has input into designing the railroad community. The model trains and the community grow as the family has new creative […]

UCLA plan to change Anderson School funding stalls

| September 12, 2012

UCLA’s controversial plan to end state funding for the main MBA program at its management school and instead support it with tuition and donations has hit a significant roadblock that will at least delay the proposal. A powerful committee of the UC system’s faculty senate recently voted to suspend its review of the Anderson School […]

Charters draw students from private schools, study finds

| September 1, 2012

Charter schools are pulling in so many onetime private school students that they are placing an ever-greater burden on taxpayers, who must fund an already strained public education system, according to research released Tuesday. The study by a Rand Corp. economist found that more than 190,000 students nationwide had left a private school for a […]

Unitek Education Delivers Cutting-Edge Cisco CCNA Training to IT Professionals

| August 22, 2012

FREMONT, CA — Unitek Education, a leader in the IT training industry, has received accolades from the network student community for its excellence in delivering world class Cisco CCNA training certification programs. As the IT industry moves forward and continues to advance, a strong background in Cisco CCNA certifications has not only ensured a major […]

UC Berkeley to offer free online classes through edX

| August 11, 2012

UC Berkeley announced Tuesday that it is joining the new online education website founded by Harvard and MIT that offers free, not-for-credit courses to a worldwide audience. The addition of UC Berkeley will give edX its first expansion into a prestigious public university and a foothold on the West Coast away from its Cambridge, Mass., […]