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The student loans, just like the other forms of financial aid, are a service that is subject for repayment. However, although aware of such fact, many borrowers still fall to the trap of walking away from student loan debt which then results in a series of consequences. They tend to ignore their being summoned to enter repayment usually either 90 or 120 days after separating from school or after dropping below half-time enrollment. With this, the loans remain delinquent for 270 days or become 270 days past due at any time, leading the loans to "default" status. This book will help show students how to prevent loan default 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jay Hill. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/027164/bk_acx0_027164_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Many terms were bestowed upon the mysterious Fritz Duquesne throughout his colorful life, but perhaps the most fitting ever attributed to him was: "the most dangerous prisoner to have ever lived."But before this Boer warrior-turned-spy reached the heights of infamy that awarded him such acclaim, Fritz Joubert Duquesne lived a life of adventure that many people wouldn’t experience in a hundred lifetimes. From a young age, Fritz harboured a burning resentment toward the British army, stemming from the brutal treatment suffered by his family during the Anglo-Boer wars.Fritz vowed revenge against the nation that took from him those he held dear, leading to his own enrollment in the military of whichever side fought opposite the British forces.Through complex prison escapes, destructive acts of sabotage, and heroic feats that are even too far-fetched for fiction, Fritz Duquesne exacted revenge in the most daring, unbelievable, and all-round theatrical manner possible.His life crossed oceans and continents, assuming multiple aliases and personas along the way. Eventually, Fritz Duquesne found himself a crucial cog in the Nazi machine, ultimately being responsible for the largest spy ring ever uncovered in the United States. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael C. Gwynne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/139548/bk_acx0_139548_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In this new short biography of Ulysses S. Grant, leading scholars provide an accessible introduction to Grant and his legacy. Grant led Federal forces to victory in the Civil War, was the first modern American president, and authored his memoirs, which would eventually become one of the greatest books of nonfiction by an American author.The authors present a thematic exploration of Grant, providing the necessary insight to appreciate Grant and correct the myths that for too long clouded his true importance. They highlight specific moments or relationships in Grant’s life - including his connection to such key figures as Abraham Lincoln and Mark Twain - and elaborate on the more controversial elements of Grant’s legacy, such as accusations about his drinking and corruption during the Grant presidency. Not to overlook his military accomplishments, they devote time to the study of Grant’s war strategy and military career, beginning as early as his reluctant enrollment into West Point.From humble birth to tragic death, this new take on Ulysses S. Grant instills readers with a deeper understanding of the military legend’s nuanced personal history and an appreciation for the late president’s tragic and triumphant story.The book is published by University Press of Mississippi. The audiobook is published by University Press Audiobooks. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kevin Moriarty. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/159877/bk_acx0_159877_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
How women around the world are leading powerful change. Women's progress is global progress. Where there is an increase in women's university enrollment rates, women's earnings, and maternal health, and a reduction in violence against women, we see more prosperous communities, better educated, healthier families, and the preservation of equal human rights. Yet globally, women remain the most consistently under-utilized resource. Vital Voices calls for and makes possible transformative leadership around the world. In Vital Voices, CEO Alyse Nelson shares the stories of remarkable, world-changing women, as well as the story of how Vital Voices was founded, crossing lines that typically divide. For 15 years, Vital Voices has brought together women who want to enable others to become change agents in their governments, advocates for social justice, and supporters of democracy. They equip women with management and business development skills to expand their enterprises and create jobs in their communities. Their voices, stories, and hard-earned lessons - shared here for the first time - are deeply authentic and truly vital.Features interviews and first-person accounts of global leaders, such as Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, president of Liberia, and Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Prize-winning Burmese pro-democracy leader, as well as business leadersDraws on the work of the Vital Voices, the organization founded by Hillary Clinton in 1997 as a government initiative that transformed into a leading non-profit, which enables a network of 10,000 emerging women leaders in politics, human rights, and economic development in 127 countries. These women have gone on to mentor and train more than 500,000Focuses on the key elements of the Vital Voices five-step model of transformational leadership, including how to find a voice, lead with purpose, cross lines that divide, and more Through the firsthand 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kristin Kalbli. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/004921/bk_adbl_004921_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Factors Leading to Low Enrollment Patterns in Kenyan Youth Polytechnics ab 49.9 EURO
Private learning institutions in South Nyanza Region play a great role in the managerial use of cash management practices for proper usage of cash in learning institutions. Finance in learning institutions was an important constraint to growth in South Nyanza Region since these learning institutions do not get grant from the government sources such as free secondary education fund, free primary and government sponsored students. Leading to low enrollment turnout in the private sector therefore inadequacy in application of cash management practices. The purpose of the study was to determine the influence of cash management practices on performance of private learning institutions. This study determined to assess the influence of cash management practices on performance of learning institutions in South Nyanza Region. The specific objectives of the study were: to establish the influence of liquidity flow index on the performance of private learning institutions, to assess the influence of operation cash flows on performance of private learning institutions and to establish the influence of cash conversion cycle on performance of private learning institutions.
Using phenomenological research methods, 28 interviews were conducted with 10 mothers of at least one child in his/her next to last year of childcare. This study found that although all of the mothers focused on similar aspects of care when evaluating quality, they placed different levels of importance on each aspect according to identified needs for childcare and purposes for enrollment. The aspects that all mothers attended to were child safety, child learning, relationships with teachers, the cost of childcare, the hours of operation, the physical location of the childcare, and parent and child feelings associated with attendance in childcare. The discussion section describes the study's limitations and implications for practice and future research. Some implications for practice include the importance of consistent communication between parents and childcare providers so that parents know how their needs are being met and to help them develop relationships with their children's caregivers, leading to positive feelings regarding childcare enrollment.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary is an independent Fundamental Baptist seminary in Allen Park, Michigan, operated in association with the Inter-City Baptist Church in Allen Park. The institution, which was established in 1976, enrolls men for graduate programs in preaching and pastoral theology, leading to the Master of Divinity (M.Div) and Master of Theology (Th.M.) degrees. The school was opened in September 1976 as Detroit Baptist Divinity School, with an initial enrollment of 30 students. In 1979 the institution applied to the Michigan Department of Education for legal authorization to grant the M.Div and Th.M. degrees. The authorization was granted in March 1980 following state evaluation. The institution then changed its name to Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary and began awarding degrees in 1980. The institution's founder, Dr. William R. Rice, served as its head until his retirement in 1989, when he was succeeded by Dr. David M. Doran.