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Apollo says DoE to review federal aid at University of Phoenix

(Reuters) – Apollo Education Group said the U.S. Department of Education will review the University of Phoenix’s administration of federal student financial aid programs. The review is expected to begin on August 4, Apollo disclosed in a filing on Monday. Shares in Apollo fell 7 percent to $27.59 in extended trading. They closed at $29.57 on the Nasdaq. (Reporting by Mridhula Raghavan in Bangalore; Editing by Don Sebastian) …read more

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Catalan language revival fuels backlash in Spain

By Fiona Ortiz Spain(Reuters) – (Refiled story from July 10 in fourth paragraph to clarify that source was referring to Madrid policymakers) Francesca Munoz, the principal at Sant Miquel primary school near Barcelona, is fighting a linguistic crusade that has fuelled a remarkable recovery of the local Catalan tongue – and of the region’s secessionist movement. For 30 years, public schools in Spain’s Catalonia region have taught most subjects in Catalan, not the national Castilian Spanish language. There are now some 10 million Catalan speakers in or near the region bordering France and the Mediterranean, putting the language in a league with Swedish and Greek after it was repressed under the 1939-1975 dictatorship of Francisco Franco. Such is the strength of the Catalan renaissance that it is prompting a backlash among some parents concerned their children are getting short-changed on Spanish, the world’s second-most spoken language by native speakers after Mandarin. …read more

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