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yeezy 350 boost kuwaityles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-,adidas yeezy 6.5yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yeezy 350 boost low fashion shoes

adidas yeezy price qataryles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-,adidas yeezy 3 boost priceyles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yeezy boost 350 retail price

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Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-,adidas yeezy boost 350 moonrock australiayles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yles said Monday the fact that 13 countries, including U.S. allies whose troops have served alongside American military personnel throughout the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, have openly accepted transgender service men and women is proof positive that a ban is pointless.“If Kristin’s special operations colleagues can embrace her, if my West Point classmates can embrace me and my family as comrades, as friends, as women, there’s no unit in the U.S. military that can’t,” Robison said, adding that she believes the U.S. military will soon act on the ban.Beck’s message to those currently serving: “Be careful, be safe. Serve with honor and integrity,&rdquugg boots chestnut JRjJ1o; she said. “But I really believe we’re going to see some changes very quickly.”The burgeoning transgender civil rights movement in the U.S. is the subject of TIME’s cover story this week.Summer school was boosting college graduation rates—but not anymore.By the time Leah Stone got her bachelor’s degree this spring from New Jersey’s Montclair State University, her four-year higher education had stretched to six years. It would have taken even longer had she not been able to stay in school during the summers. An unexpectedly popular experiment allowed Stone and other students to use federal Pell Grants to pay for summer classes.But the program ended ugg boots chestnut JRjJ1after the summer of 2011. And just as policymakers try to speed up the pace at which students get through college, the principal federal financial-aid program no longer covers courses taken in the summer. It’s a conundrum in which the government wants to increase the number of people with university and college degrees, higher-education analyst Sandy Baum said, while at the same time telling students that “If you take more [credits] during the summer, we’re not going to help you.”Congress decided that the two-year experiment with making Pell grants available for summer classes was too expensive, and President Barack Obama agreed to eliminate it. That saved up to biugg boots chestnut JRjJ1llion per year, the U.S. Department of Education said at the time.Now lawmakers are considering bringing back the summer Pell grants in some form. But they’re also struggling to keep up with increases in tuition that have propelled the annual cost of Pell grants for the traditional academic year above billion.“There’s pretty bipartisan support for the Pell program overall,” said Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.), chairman of the House Education and the Workforce Committee. But before expanding it again, Kline said, Congress needs to find ways to deal with “incredible increases” in tuition.A group of Democratic senators led by Mazie Hirono of Hawaii has introduugg boots chestnut JRjJ1ced a bill to restore summer Pell Grants. Among other options being discussed by the House education committee is a “Pell Well” of funds from which students could withdraw over the course of their educations, regardless of the time of year.The debate comes against a backdrop of evidence that taking summer courses improves a student’s chances of finishing college.Students who enrolled in summer classes were three times more likely to finish their degrees, according to a 2009 study by researchers at California State University, Sacramento, though the study noted that summer students often are more motivated to graduate than others to begin with. And community colleges surveyeugg boots chestnut JRjJ1d by a coalition of researchers said the Pell experiment succeeded at boosting summer enrollments at their campuses.Advocates for summer Pell grants argue it’s unrealistic to assume all 18-year-olds graduate from high school and go to college for four years, as may have once been true. In reality, they said, students often work for several years before or during college, and many take closer to six years to graduate. Forty-four percent of students take more than six years to earn degrees, or drop out altogether, according to the National Student Clearinghouse.Summer courses also are an important piece of the higher-education puzzle for the increasing number of students who are older, rugg boots chestnut JRjJ1aising families, and holding jobs, said Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.“Higher education has changed pretty dramatically in the past decade,” Draeger said. “We’re talking about courses that don’t run on traditional schedules. Year-round Pell helps get at that.”It also helps students at public universities like Montclair, where budget cuts have made it harder to get into courses in the fall and winter/spring semesters, Stone said.“The university is not equipped to have students finish in four years,” said Stone, a board member of the U.S. Student Association. “There wilugg boots chestnut JRjJ1l be a class you’re required to take, but it’s only offered once a year and it has a 30-yeezy 350 neon



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