'I like the local pace of life': how an American moved to Kyrgyzstan and opened a college there

Andrew Wachtel is a seasoned educator, writer and translator. In 2010 he moved to Kyrgyzstan. He was the president of one of the best universities in the country, and then founded his own college, WE reports. Wachtel was born and raised in New Jersey. After…

Lesson rap and class passes: 16 of the main differences between Russian and American schools

Judging by the series, the main difference between the American school and the Russian one is that in the United States, students have much more time for their personal lives, and they also have their own lockers. If you listen to the parents, then in one system they do not give any knowledge, while the other paves the way for the child in life. Truth,…

Where to go to work so as not to be afraid of the crisis: four areas that are not afraid of a recession

Warnings of an impending recession have reached a climax. Inflation continues to rise, wreaking havoc on the stock market, and companies are starting to prepare for the worst: layoffs, hiring freezes and, in some extreme cases, job offers being withdrawn. But, according to economists, there are 4 most "protected ...

Top Ten States for Higher Education in the USA

Higher education is considered a necessary step for getting a good job and a comfortable life. But it can be more expensive in some states than in others. USNews has compiled a list of 10 states in which it is most profitable to pursue higher education. Cost of education…

In the US, a 101-year-old man finally received a high school diploma

After waiting for over 80 years, 101-year-old Merrill Pittman Cooper has finally received his high school diploma, according to CNN. Cooper attended Storer College in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia from 1934 to 1938, but dropped out in his senior year when his family…

How Immigrants, Including Illegals, Get Higher Education in America

What do DACA beneficiaries and undocumented individuals need to do to continue their education and go to college, according to CitizenPath. According to a recent report, about 100 undocumented students graduate from US high schools each year. And although education in US public schools up to grade 000 ...

World educational organizations will no longer recognize diplomas issued by Russian universities

The Association for the Development of Business Schools AACSB stated that it, together with other associations, will not recognize educational diplomas issued by Russian higher education institutions. “Our colleagues from Russian universities, who have collaborated and supported members of our global networks for many years, have found themselves...

An American University will open in Kiev: a historical building was given for it

The river station in Kyiv was leased to an American university for 10 years, reports Novoye Vremya. The river station in Kyiv was leased to the new educational institution American University Kyiv (AUC). The project was created in partnership with the University of Arizona (ASU) and presented in…

Target will pay full college fees for its employees: you can participate from the first day of work

Target has said it is launching a special program and offering debt-free college education. Writes about this CNBC. Starting this fall, Target will begin covering tuition, fees and textbooks for part-time and full-time workers who ...

How to enroll in an American university for free tuition

Education in America is one of the most expensive in the world. Indeed, the United States does not have what it is customary to call budget places in Russia. All applicants enter on equal terms, but after enrollment, everyone can apply for financial assistance - scholarships, ...

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