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Campus Director Brings Her Passion and Dedication to Serve Bilingual Families at the New Rasmussen College Centro de Aprendizaje [VIDEO]

Claudia Lule, campus director of the new Rasmussen College Centro de Aprendizaje, will help expand access to higher education to the southwest Chicago community. The learning center will provide computer workstations, connectivity and academic coaching and advising to local high school students taking dual-credit courses at Rasmussen College as well as degree-seeking adult students.

3 Trends in Early Childhood Education that You Should Know About

Human beings love trends. Whether they're based on food, fashion, pets or cars, we look for things that will connect us with others. Whether we like it or not, we've all jumped on a bandwagon a time or two. In the world of education, there are all kinds of trends. For example, two of the most popular current issues in early childhood education (ECE) are universal pre-k and technology in the classroom. But there are many others.

Why is There (Still) a Nursing Shortage? The REAL Reason Nobody's Talking About

With many nurses retiring out of the profession, an aging population requiring more care and the Affordable Care Act opening the doors of healthcare to thousands of new patients, the nursing shortage has never been more alarming. Join us as we examine the nursing shortage and dig into the real reason behind the lingering crisis.

6 Federal Healthcare Laws & Regulations Shaking Up the Industry

Federal healthcare laws can be confusing, but it’s essential for every healthcare professional to be familiar with them. We’re demystifying six healthcare regulations you need to know. Thanks to this breakdown from our experts, you’ll be prepared to act within the law in the healthcare field.

The Zika Virus and the Conundrum of Women's Health

It’s a big year for the Zika virus. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the virus a public health emergency — and predicted up to four million infections this year alone. Mosquitoes are the main culprit behind the spreading virus, though it can also be transmitted through sexual contact. With the 2016 Summer Olympic Games set for Rio de Janeiro — the epicenter of the outbreak — all eyes are turning to the unnerving epidemic.

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