NY Education

Funding Opportunity: Special Educat...

Funding Opportunity: Special Education Mediation

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) P-12 Office of Special Education is seeking proposals to provide annual training to approximately 125 individuals who serve as New York State special education mediators, as set forth in the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) and promote the use of special education mediation. In addition, NYSED is also seeking proposals to provide reimbursement of mediation administrative costs to the State's twenty (20) Community Dispute Resolution Centers (CDRCs) and collect and report data on the number and type of special education mediation sessions conducted throughout the State.
Funding Opportunity: 2019-20 Title ...

Funding Opportunity: 2019-20 Title I School Improvement Grant 1003 Basic

Section 1003 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requires that State Education Agencies allocate funds to Local Education Agencies (LEAs) for Comprehensive Support and Improvement schools (CSI), Targeted Support and Improvement schools (TSI), and Target Districts to develop a plan that will meet the progress goals in their 2019-20 District Comprehensive Improvement Plan (DCIP) and 2019-20 School Comprehensive Education Plan(s) (SCEP) and thereby improve student performance. These funds are to be used to support planning and implementation of school improvement activities as required in the ESEA.
Funding Opportunity: Implementation...

Funding Opportunity: Implementation of the Diagnostic Tool for School and District Effectiveness and Support for Target Districts and Identified Schools

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) Office of Accountability is seeking proposals from vendors with demonstrated knowledge, expertise and the capacity to provide district and school-based technical assistance aligned to the Diagnostic Tool for School and District Effectiveness (DTSDE) in New York’s Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) schools and Target Districts; provide professional development on DTSDE to educational leaders across the state; and help develop capacity within the field.
Funding Opportunity: Early Childhoo...

Funding Opportunity: Early Childhood and School-Age Family and Community Engagement Centers for Staten Island

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) Office of Special Education is seeking proposals for the purposes of working collaboratively with the NYSED Office of Special Education (OSE) Educational Partnership to provide technical assistance and professional development that will promote meaningful family involvement within the educational system, build collaborative community relationships, and provide information and training about available service options and delivery systems for children from birth-5 and students age 5-21 in Staten Island.
Invitation for Bid – Transportation...

Invitation for Bid – Transportation: Unkechaug Nation to and from Center Moriches Union Free Schools

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) is seeking bids for the transportation of certain Native American pupils from the Unkechaug Indian Nation to and from school buildings in the Center Moriches Union Free School District, BOCES sites and certain other locations as determined by the Committee on Special Education or other Center Moriches Union Free School District offices, with the approval of NYSED.
Funding Opportunity: New York State...

Funding Opportunity: New York State Religious and Independent Schools, Professional Development Resource Centers

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) State Office of Religious and Independent Schools is seeking proposals to establish three (3) regional Professional Development Resource Centers. (PDRC)

BBC News Education

'How I got to medical school via A&...

'How I got to medical school via A&E and the chicken shop'

Yousef used to spend hours hanging around the High Street with mates, until an injury changed his life.
University applications could be af...

University applications could be after A-levels

Universities are reviewing whether to change the timetable for university admissions.
Primary school children 'should lea...

Primary school children 'should learn about FGM'

Experts fear that for some vulnerable girls, secondary school lessons on the issue will be too late.
Schools 'desperately need' cash inj...

Schools 'desperately need' cash injection, MPs say

Schools and colleges urgently need billions more in funding, a committee of MPs says.
Special needs 'breaking county coun...

Special needs 'breaking county council budgets'

County councils are warning growing demand for special needs support could mean statutory duties may not be met.
Birmingham's Jamia Islamia Islamic ...

Birmingham's Jamia Islamia Islamic school books 'promoted extremism'

Inspectors said materials found in the library are "actively undermining fundamental British values".

InsidehigherEd

Advice to academic administrators f...

Advice to academic administrators for helping new faculty members acclimate (opinion)

Creating an accommodating and hospitable environment will not only help new faculty members tackle their jobs effectively but will also better serve everyone, Junior Prof writes.

Finding your flow can enhance your ...

Finding your flow can enhance your scholarly life and advance your career (opinion)

Doing so can enhance your scholarly life and help you advance your career, says Victoria McGovern.

A faculty member explains why she h...

A faculty member explains why she helps students of color despite warnings it won't help her get tenure (opinion)

To deny students of color support, mentorship and a safe space to talk about race and racism on the campus is to reinforce the common narrative that academe is a white, middle-class institution, argues Zawadi Rucks-Ahidiana.

How to write a publishable journal ...

How to write a publishable journal article (opinion)

Wendy Laura Belcher provides advice on how to make your article more acceptable to a journal.

Why and how boards must help new pr...

Why and how boards must help new presidents manage their senior teams (opinion)

Katherine Haley explores why and how boards must help new presidents manage their senior teams.

A professor gains insight about aca...

A professor gains insight about academic underperformance after becoming a student herself (opinion)

Joining the ranks of students taught Laura M. Harrison more about academic underperformance than the many volumes she'd read on the topic.

US Govt Dept of Education

Five New Companies Pledge to Increa...

Five New Companies Pledge to Increase Employment and Job Training Opportunities for American Workers

West Columbia, SC—During U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos' visit to South Carolina to mark the one-year anniversary of the announcement of President Donald Trump's Pledge to America's Workers, five additional companies committed to increasing employment and job training opportunities. The signing took place at Nephron Pharmaceuticals which was the first company in South Carolina to sign the pledge nearly a year ago.
Georgia and North Carolina Become L...

Georgia and North Carolina Become Latest States to Test New Ways to Assess Student Achievement

WASHINGTON—U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has approved two additional states to assess student achievement in new, creative ways. Georgia and North Carolina will take part in the innovative assessments pilot program, part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), during the 2019-2020 school year.
The 2019 President?s Education Awar...

The 2019 President?s Education Awards

The President?s Education Awards Program (PEAP) honors students selected annually by their school principal. This year, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos congratulated the 2019 PEAP honorees, recognizing nearly 2.25 million elementary, middle, and high school graduates on their educational accomplishments and growth. The students come from more than 25,000 public, private, and military schools
Prepared Remarks by Secretary DeVos...

Prepared Remarks by Secretary DeVos at the Federal Cybersecurity Reskilling Academy Graduation

Thank you, Jason, for that kind introduction. And thank you for your leadership as our Chief Information Officer (CIO) and more broadly as a leader in developing effective approaches?like this academy?to address information security challenges. I'd also like to thank Federal Chief Information Officer Suzette Kent and the many agency CIOs for joining us. Thank you as well SANS Technology Institute President Alan Paller and Deputy Director for Management at the Office of Management and Budget Margaret Weichert.
Secretary DeVos Congratulates Bob K...

Secretary DeVos Congratulates Bob King on Senate Confirmation as Assistant Secretary for Postsecondary Education

Washington- Today, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos congratulated Bob King on being confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as the Department's Assistant Secretary for the Office of Postsecondary Education. ?We are excited to finally have Bob King confirmed by the Senate,? said Secretary DeVos. ?His knowledge and expertise will be a tremendous asset as we continue to rethink higher education in order to better serve all students and prepare them for successful lives and careers. Congratulations, Bob!?
New Data Show Secretary DeVos' Refo...

New Data Show Secretary DeVos' Reforms to the Office for Civil Rights are Driving Better Results for Students

WASHINGTON?The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S. Department of Education released new data today that show students who file civil rights complaints under U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos? leadership are served more efficiently and effectively than students who filed civil rights complaints during the previous administration. In fact, OCR has, on average, resolved almost double the number of civil rights complaints per year compared to the prior eight fiscal years.

Edutopia

Setting Up Effective Group Work

Setting Up Effective Group Work

Truly collaborative group work is complex and messy, so we have a few tips and tools to get students working interdependently.
Framing Difficult Feedback for Pare...

Framing Difficult Feedback for Parents

A strategy teachers can use to turn parents into partners when discussing difficult situations involving their kids.
Extending the Silence

Extending the Silence

Giving students several seconds to think after asking a question?and up to two minutes for some questions?improves their learning.
Socratic Seminars in World Language...

Socratic Seminars in World Language Classes

Six tips for using the powerful discussion model with students who are still acquiring the target language.
Finding the Beauty of Math Outside ...

Finding the Beauty of Math Outside of Class

Math trails help students explore, discover, enjoy, and celebrate math concepts and problems in real-world contexts.
Encoding Literacy in Computer Scien...

Encoding Literacy in Computer Science

An instructional coach shares how she and a fellow teacher embedded literacy lessons in his computer science class.

Yahoo

Trump administration pursues rule t...

Trump administration pursues rule that would remove 3.1 million people from food stamps

Trump administration pursues rule that would remove 3.1 million people from food stampsThe Trump administration on Tuesday will propose a rule to tighten food stamp restrictions that would cut about 3.1 million people from the program, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) officials said. Currently, 43 U.S. states allow residents to automatically become eligible for food stamps through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as SNAP, if they receive benefits from another federal program known as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, according to the USDA.


Body found behind cooler at Iowa su...

Body found behind cooler at Iowa supermarket was employee who went missing 10 years ago

Body found behind cooler at Iowa supermarket was employee who went missing 10 years agoAuthorities on Monday said they have identified the man as Larry Ely Murillo-Moncada who was reported missing in November of 2009.


French submarine lost in 1968 found...

French submarine lost in 1968 found at last in Mediterranean

French submarine lost in 1968 found at last in MediterraneanA French submarine that went missing in the western Mediterranean in 1968 has been found, officials said Monday, ending a 51-year wait for families of the crew who continue to seek answers to the naval disaster. The diesel-electric Minerve submarine was lost off France's southern coast with 52 sailors on board on January 27, 1968. "We found the submarine Minerve last night located 45 kilometres (30 miles) south of Toulon, about 20 kilometres further south than where it was searched for in 1968," the French maritime prefect of the Mediterranean, Vice Admiral Charles Henri du Che, told reporters in Toulon.


Sarah Huckabee Sanders shows up to ...

Sarah Huckabee Sanders shows up to govs shindig as Arkansas rumors swirl

Sarah Huckabee Sanders shows up to govs shindig as Arkansas rumors swirlSanders is seen as a possible 2022 Arkansas gubernatorial candidate.


Stephen Colbert Goes Easy on Anti-S...

Stephen Colbert Goes Easy on Anti-Science Presidential Candidate Marianne Williamson

Stephen Colbert Goes Easy on Anti-Science Presidential Candidate Marianne WilliamsonScott Kowalchyk/CBSOn Monday night, comedian Stephen Colbert welcomed Marianne Williamson, the ?spiritual guru? turned 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, to his late-night program. After reading off her list of accomplishments, which includes activism work and a series of bestselling self-help books, Colbert asked Williamson what sets her apart from the rest of the packed Dem field. ?I want to be an agent of change,? offered Williamson, who was there to promote her new book, A Politics of Love. ?Now, love is not always associated with the presidency? would you be able to order other people to go kill our enemies?? asked Colbert?a question that seemed mildly sexist when posed to a woman candidate. ?Absolutely,? Williamson replied. ?I think that when you take an oath of office of the president of the United States, part of that oath means that you are commander-in-chief, absolutely. But if you?re going to talk about peace, you can?t just back up into peace.? Then, well, Colbert served up a few softball questions, asking her ?what it?s like to be up on the stage with those nine other people? and whether she feels ?marginalized? (Williamson blamed the ?political media-industrial complex? for why she?s considered a left-field candidate).  The host then compared her to President Trump, saying, ?We have someone who is a businessman with no political experience in office now. That makes someone who is from what we would think of as kind of the normative political track that we?ve seen in American history very appealing. That might be one of the reasons why Joe Biden is so appealing.? ?This might be the case where what you would consider the ?safe? choice is the most dangerous thing we could possibly do,? said Williamson. ?The president?s problem is not that he lacked political experience, it?s that he lacked ethics?and he seems to lack a visceral taste for democracy. I don?t like this idea, you said I lack political experience?Hollywood?s Embarrassing Embrace of Marianne Williamson for President?There?s this almost Wizard of Oz idea that?this idea of this political class and something?s going on behind the curtain and they know what to do in the ways that the rest of us don?t. I think when we think of political qualifications today, we should expand our sense of what those qualifications are,? she continued. ?A political qualification today should include political vision; it should include moral certitude; it should include the capacity to move groups of people?large groups of people?toward a common goal, a common vision, a common democracy, a love for our world and a love for our planet.? (It?s rather unclear what Williamson?s ?political vision? is.) She added, ?A lot of experienced politicians led us into Iraq. And anybody who says that I?m an amateur at what they do? I?m sorry, Stephen, they?re an amateur at what I can do.? ?Nicely said,? Colbert responded. All in all, it was a disappointing performance from Colbert, who failed to challenge Williamson on any of her controversial anti-science views?from her anti-vaxx stance (she?s referred to vaccine mandates as ?Orwellian? and ?draconian? and compared vaccines to ?the abortion debate?), to how she?s questioned the validity of depression, to how she believes obesity can apparently be triumphed over by ?surrendering your weight to God.? Or, you know, this gem:  And of course, Hollywood is on board. Colbert, on the other hand, should know better. SNL?s Kate McKinnon Debuts Spot-On Marianne Williamson ImpressionRead more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.


More than 36 Syrian civilians kille...

More than 36 Syrian civilians killed in Idlib 'by Russian and Assad regime strikes'

More than 36 Syrian civilians killed in Idlib 'by Russian and Assad regime strikes'Regime and Russian air strikes killed 50 people in northwest Syria on Monday, most of them in a crowded market, a war monitor said, in the latest violence to plague the opposition bastion. In the town of Maaret al-Numan in Idlib province, men covered in blood were carried away from the market by residents and rescue workers, who used mattresses as makeshift stretchers, an AFP photographer said. He saw the corpse of one man sprawled on the ground near a motorcycle, rubble surrounding his lifeless body. With his eyes closed and his face covered in dust, another man clutched the arms of two people helping him out of the bombed area, the photographer added. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said air strikes on the vegetable market and surrounding areas in Maaret al-Numan killed 36 civilians and two unidentified persons. A member of the Syrian civil defence, known as the White Helmets, rests atop an excavator after participating in a search for victims under the rubble of buildings Credit: ABDULAZIZ KETAZ/AFP/Getty Images The Britain-based monitor said Russian aircraft carried out the air raids, but Moscow denied it was responsible. "The Russian air force was not carrying out any missions in this part of Syria," said a defence ministry statement. More than 100 other people were wounded, according to the monitor, which said many of those injured were in a critical condition and people remained trapped under the rubble. The head of the local hospital, Radwan Shardub, described his horror at seeing "burnt and carbonised bodies, and body parts". "It's boundless criminality to shameful international silence," he said. The White Helmets rescue group said one of its volunteers was killed during the raids, raising the number of rescue workers killed since April to at least 6. A member of the Syrian civil defence, known as the White Helmets, helps an injured Syrian child after pulling him out from under the rubble  Credit: OMAR HAJ KADOUR/AFP/Getty Images The jihadist-run Idlib region, home to some three million people, is supposed to be protected by a months-old international truce deal, but it has come under increased bombardment by the Syrian regime and its ally Russia since late April. The spike in violence has killed more than 690 civilians, and damaged or knocked out of service two dozen health facilities in jihadist-held territory. More than 330,000 people have fled violence in the area over the past three months, according to the United Nations.


Independent

University of Central Lancashire la...

University of Central Lancashire launches medical degree that is only open to overseas students

Hospitals may be struggling to overcome immigration laws to recruit new nurses, but for the university sector it is a different story.

Leicester University set to offer U...

Leicester University set to offer US-style flexi-degree courses

A leading university is to offer all its students the chance to study new US-style flexi-degree courses from next September.

Refugee crisis: British universitie...

Refugee crisis: British universities should create scholarships and bursaries for students fleeing violence, say academics

Every university in Britain is being urged to play its part in tackling the migrant crisis by helping make it easier for refugees and asylum-seekers to access higher education.

Cambridge University may bring back...

Cambridge University may bring back entry exam as too many acing A-levels

Cambridge University is considering reintroducing an entrance exam because too many applicants get top marks in their A-levels, in a move that has raised concerns that state school pupils would be put at a disadvantage.

Free school meals for infants 'set ...

Free school meals for infants 'set to be scrapped' under Osborne's spending review

Free meals for infant school pupils are likely to be scrapped in George Osborne?s November spending review, it has been reported.

Parents prepared to pay average fin...

Parents prepared to pay average fine of £210 for taking children on holiday during school term, survey finds

Half of parents from across the UK are prepared to face fines over the next year after admitting they will be taking their children out of school to go on holiday, according to an online travel agency?s research.

Education Week

Murphy signs bill to end school sup...

Murphy signs bill to end school superintendent salary cap

Oklahoma governor requests audit of...

Oklahoma governor requests audit of Epic Charter Schools

Kentucky lawmakers convene for sess...

Kentucky lawmakers convene for session on pensions

Millard program teaches social skil...

Millard program teaches social skills to autistic students

Grand jury: Florida schools, police...

Grand jury: Florida schools, police bickering over security

More school districts join no snow ...

More school districts join no snow days pilot project

Educause

The Role of Campus Leadership in En...

The Role of Campus Leadership in Ensuring IT Accessibility

“Everyone should have an opportunity to participate in higher education.”

With those words, Michael K. Young, President of the University of Washington, opens a new video from his institution’s AccessComputing Project, IT Accessibility: What Campus Leaders Have to Say. Developed with support from the National Science Foundation, this video presents university presidents, chief information officers, and other higher education leaders who stress the importance to higher education of accessibility for persons with disabilities, and of having campus technology environments that support it.

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The Game is Changing. What Will Be ...

The Game is Changing. What Will Be Expected of You?

“When we were doing our studies for the National Academies, the typical first response of university presidents or CFOs or provosts was to say: ‘I understand things are changing very rapidly, but I'll ask my CIO to take care of it. The CIO usually can.’ We would then ask: ‘Suppose you wake up in the morning and come in to your office and nothing works anymore. You can't access e-mail. All of your course systems have collapsed. Who fixes the problem?’ They begin to scratch their heads, and pretty soon it's like the five phases of grief. They start off with denial and anger, move through bargaining and depression, and finally reach acceptance.” — James J. Duderstadt, Change and the Research University

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The Top-Ten IT Issues, 2012

The Top-Ten IT Issues, 2012

EDUCAUSE Top 10 IT Issues, 2012

The EDUCAUSE annual publication of top IT issues has long resonated as a yearly snapshot of the most pressing issues for IT leaders in higher education. At the top of list for 2012:

Updating IT professionals’ skills and roles to accommodate emerging technologies and changing IT management and service delivery models Supporting the trends toward IT consumerization and bring-your-own device Developing an institution-wide cloud strategy

 

Below are the EDUCAUSE Review article summarizing the IT Issues Panel's findings for 2012 and accompanying resources.

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Tune In June 5 -- Rolling Out a BYO...

Tune In June 5 -- Rolling Out a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Program

This free hour-long session, “Rolling Out a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Program,” will offer ideas, sample policy statements and guidelines, and lessons learned for campuses interested in implementing a BYOD strategy for mobile devices on campus.

Those unable to attend may wish to visit the archives after the event or browse related resources.

Interact on Twitter at #EDULive.

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Get Involved with EDUCAUSE -- Volun...

Get Involved with EDUCAUSE -- Volunteer Submissions Are Due June 1

As someone who has a vested interest in higher education IT, you are part of a dynamic and close-knit community where we share new ideas, network with peers, and work toward the common good of the profession.

EDUCAUSE provides opportunities to be an active member by volunteering in a variety of roles, either short- or long-term, throughout the year. These opportunities include:

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Is Agile the Future of Project Mana...

Is Agile the Future of Project Management?

Gartner predicts that by the end of 2012, agile development methods will be used on 80 percent of all software development projects. Project Management Institute’s research shows that agile project management tripled from December 2008 to May 2011, and can help decrease product defects, improve team productivity, and increase business value.

Read the latest article release on agile project management from the Project Management Institute.

To help you apply project management processes at your organization, EDUCAUSE members have access to a selection of professional development resources:

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Huffingtonpost.com

Substitute Teacher Fired After Bull...

Substitute Teacher Fired After Bullets Fall Out Of Pockets In Pre-K Class

Although it is not illegal to bring ammunition on school grounds, the teacher will face charges for improperly securing his guns at home.
Muslim Student Attacked In Possible...

Muslim Student Attacked In Possible Bias Incident At New Jersey School

Administrators at East Brunswick High School suspended both the Muslim student and her alleged attacker after the incident.
Morehouse College To Begin Taking T...

Morehouse College To Begin Taking Transgender Men Next Year

Students who transition from male to female, however, will not be automatically eligible to receive a degree from the institution.
Georgetown Students Vote To Give Re...

Georgetown Students Vote To Give Reparations To Descendants Of Slaves Sold To Fund School

If university officials agree, Georgetown would become one of the first major U.S. institutions to provide financial restitution for its role in slavery.
Arizona Repeals Homophobic AIDS Edu...

Arizona Repeals Homophobic AIDS Education Law

Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation to remove anti-LGBTQ language from the law.
9 Awesome Apps For Kids On The Auti...

9 Awesome Apps For Kids On The Autism Spectrum

The apps offer terrific lessons on building communication, organization and social skills

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2019 BS/MD results

2019 BS/MD results

Every year we get requests to post the BS/MD and BS/DO programs where our students have been accepted. These results are not complete because some students prefer not to have their admissions listed but it should give a representative sample of how our students did in the admissions process this year. These are the BS/MD...Continue Reading >

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Ethical Admissions Counseling

Ethical Admissions Counseling

By now we assume you?ve heard the news about perhaps one of the biggest college admissions scandals in recent memory. Trust us when we say that we are shocked and upset at this news. We like to think that we are working within a system where everyone plays fair but it is clear that simply...Continue Reading >

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Ethical Admissions Counseling

2019 Edition of BS/MD Programs-The ...

2019 Edition of BS/MD Programs-The Complete Guide is now available

The latest edition of our book, BS/MD Programs, The Complete Guide, with updated programs, is now available. The link is to Barnes and Noble since Amazon is still showing it as not available. If you are interested in admissions to a BS/MD or BS/DO program, this book will help you understand what you need to...Continue Reading >

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Activities During College

Activities During College

Undergrad is a great time to try out new activities and discover what our passions are. During my time, I was involved in many activities. The most meaningful to me was my position as the President of the Young People?s Project. The Young People?s Project was a program where volunteers created a curriculum and games...Continue Reading >

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Activities During College

2018 BS/MD Results

2018 BS/MD Results

Every year we get requests to post the BS/MD and BS/DO programs where our students have been accepted. These results are not complete because some students prefer not to have their admissions listed but it should give a representative sample of how our students did in the admissions process this year. These are the BS/MD...Continue Reading >

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2018 BS/MD Results

2018 Edition of BS/MD Programs-The ...

2018 Edition of BS/MD Programs-The Complete Guide Now Available

The 2018 edition of our book, BS/MD Programs-The Complete Guide is now listed on Amazon.  It shows Temporarily Out of Stock but that is because Amazon hasn’t caught up with the publisher yet. If you order it you should be able to receive it fairly quickly. As we have done every year, the new book...Continue Reading >

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