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AP - Illinois Public Media News - January 23, 2014

Four Years Of U Of I Tuition To Top $100,000 For First Time

by The Associated Press, with additional reporting from Illinois Public Media

Newly approved tuition increases at the University of Illinois mean that four years of college on the flagship campus will top $100,000 for many students. Trustees voted Thursday to raise tuition by 1.7 percent.

Categories: Economics, Education


WILL - Illinois Public Media News - January 23, 2014

Program at U of I Shares $3-Million Grant For ‘Humanities Without Walls’ Consortium

By Jeff Bossert

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The University of Illinois and 14 other schools have launched a series of collaborative initiatives that seek to expand interest, and careers, in the humanities.

Categories: Business, Education


Illinois Public Radio - Illinois Public Media News - January 15, 2014

Lawmakers Push For School Funding Changes

By Hannah Meisel

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Illinois ranks last in the nation when it comes to how much money the state kicks in for public education. This has to do with the complicated formula that determines school funding. There is a move to change how that's done.

Categories: Economics, Education


AP - Illinois Public Media News - January 14, 2014

EIU Turns To Crowd-Sourcing To Help Fund Autism Center

by The Associated Press, with additional reporting from Illinois Public Media

Eastern Illinois University hopes to open a new autism center and the school is trying to raise startup money in an unusual way for a university: a crowd-sourcing campaign.

Categories: Community, Economics, Education



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