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    power and authority are not nice word to writing centers but hey don 't have to be bad ones. these words are muted by calling students who work there 'peers ' in any way shape or form. train tutors in nondirective questioning methods. the gaols is to preserve the peer relationship, encourage collaborative learning rather then hierarchical teaching. be an expert in not appearing as an expert. there is a difficulty in remaining a peer. there can be a loss in confidence in your authority from the student that causes them to become less interested. centers have long been uncomfortable with power and authority. ambiguity makes them hard to define. no one likes to feel less empowered, students coming for help need to feel as comfortable as possible. but there is a slight hierarchical relationship. dogma: never hold a pen, never write on the students papers, never edit students sentences or change their language. struggling with your role can cause confusion for the student however, master apprentice relationships are similar, it is open admission that some individuals have more knowledge and skills than others, and that the knowledge and skills are being handed down. some people argue tutoring is a form of plagiarism. a problem with writing center is that a failure to generate credit hours may make centers seems frill to university administrators. and students often can 't see whar they 're "getting out of it" by going and talking to someone about their writing. one goal to pacify…

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    1. The purpose of the Military Tuition Assistance Program (MTAP) is to provide financial aid to active duty service members earning college credits.1 The Tuition Assistance program is one of the most frequently cited reasons for re-enlistment among the enlisted corps.2 In recent weeks, a Department of Defense (DoD) family council has recommended expanding the MTAP to include licenses and technical certifications.3 As stated by the Sergeant Major of the Army, Dan Dailey, “one of his…

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    Boot Camp Advantages

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    “While both the Post 9/11 GI Bill and the Montgomery GI Bill help [servicemembers] with education costs, the amount of the payout and how it is paid is vastly different.” (Albert). With the Post 9/11 GI Bill, there are 2 different requirements to be eligible. The first eligibility requirement is a service member, at a minimum, needs to serve at least 30 days of active duty and be discharged medically. The second eligibility requirement is for the service member to serve 90 days of active duty…

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    How To Reduce Student Debt

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    myself, “Am I going to go to college?” and if so, how was I going to pay for it. It was 5 months before I graduated and one day I got a call from my recruiter. Then I thought, “this is how I can go to college.” 9 months later I was on a plane to boot camp. So the military has two options to help you pay for college. There is the Montgomery GI bill and the Post 9/11 GI bill. Let me give you some information on the two. With the Montgomery GI bill, you must serve two consecutive years to qualify…

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    Cost Of College Tuition

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    decades. During the 2014-2015 year private institution’s tuition increases at a rate of about 3.7% and at public institutions at a rate of about 2.9%. Imagine if something you eat/drink regularly like a McDonald’s cheeseburger or a Starbucks coffee price increased at that same rate of 5%. Would it be worth purchasing? Would you find cheaper alternatives? Would you treat it as a luxury? All of these same emotions go through a person’s mind when making college decisions. These are also thoughts…

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    I call them super students. They have overcome major tribulations, which almost cost their life. I have high respects for my friend (Michael), a Nicaragua native, who for one week, due to staggering unpaid bills, lost his apartment and was forced to live in the streets. In those days of the week however, he still managed not to skip a single class. His commitment to attain a degree is something to look up for. He now graduated from LaGuardia and is the only student from his graduating class to…

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    With a renewed focus on this term, Clinton also pledges to “liberate” millions of people with student debt. In the last presidential debate with Trump, she mentions her decision to making “college debt-free;” and for families making less than $125,000, there will be no tuition bill received from a public college or university (Peters and Woolley, 2016). Even though she uses her once used term of “debt-free college,” she accompanies this with a clear strategy to make a concrete plan to rid…

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    Tuition at selective private colleges and universities has risen yearly by two to three percent more than the speed of inflation (Ehrenberg 1). Tuition raises at public colleges have decreased lightly, but the price is still out of grasp for low-income students. Financial aid has diminished. A select group of colleges and universities are slashing their tuition; nevertheless, student debts can stick with a person, even later graduation. The burdens of college tuition can impact a person’s life,…

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    arrangements to lower the high costs of college tuition, allowing individuals to afford paying for the courses and expenses without falling into debt, with the effort of the Congress, College boards, and the President, because these executives are able to contribute a budget for funds, make orderly changes with the educational regulations, help students regardless from a rich or poor family, and take action even in the most difficult situations. BODY PARAGRAPH 1: The effort in lowering college…

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    In high school if remember right the only thing I payed for was an enrolment fee, I am not 100 percent sure sense it has been a long time since. I will say though I have a friend that attended a private school and had a very high tuition rate. On the other hand, the way that college tuition is broken down is different from private school as well. As when you attend college you have tuition fees every term you take. One thing that is beneficial if you are proactive in high school drive yourself…

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