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Keep The Future Here: Learning From Our Stories

Today marks the last installment of the ongoing series Keep The Future Here. OpedSpace in partnership with FWD.us sought to bring to light the stories of high-skilled immigrants affected by America’s broken immigration system. As you’ve read from the stories of Karen, Ashwin, Tewfik, Wojciech, Jan, Kartik, Asaf, Bastian and Eileen, this issue touches the lives of so many living in…

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The Obama Administration’s Unprecedented Assault On For-Profit Education

On July 1, the Obama administration’s gainful employment rules are scheduled to come into effect. These regulations will effectively destroy for-profit post-secondary education in the U.S. — making an entire industry fall victim to President Obama’s reflexive distrust of a profit motive in education and his disturbing enthusiasm for picking winners and losers in the private sector….

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Keep The Future Here: Celebrating Immigration Heritage Month

June marks Immigration Heritage Month in the U.S. where we celebrate the contribution that immigrants have made to the U.S. As part of the ongoing series Keep The Future Here, OpedSpace in partnership with FWD.us brings to light the stories of high-skilled immigrants affected by America’s broken immigration system. Although the current system is designed to provide international students with the…

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Keep The Future Here: Reverse The Brain Drain

As part of the ongoing series Keep The Future Here, OpedSpace in partnership with FWD.us brings to light the stories of high-skilled immigrants affected by America’s broken immigration system. Although the current system is designed to provide international students with the best higher education in the world, upon graduation many of these students’ visas expire and they are faced with the…

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Keep The Future Here: Why America’s High-Skilled Immigration Policy Fails Us All

America’s current immigration policy is designed to provide international students with the best higher education in the world. Upon graduation, however, their visas expire, and they are faced with the possibility of deportation or enduring the long and uncertain process of applying for an H-1B visa. The irony: many of these students are ready and…

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