Notes in the Margins: Pells, law school, therapy dogs and CEO pay

CEO pay comparison unrealistic What salaries CEOs make and what leaders at traditional colleges and universities are an apples to oranges comparison. (CareerCollegeCentral.com)

UC Berkeley to offer financial aid to more middle-income families Students from households earning $80,000 to $140,000 will be eligible for a new aid program at UC Berkeley, funded by philanthropy and tuition from an influx of out-of-state students. (Los Angeles Times)

Pell Grants Saved — Kind Of With the maximum allocation for Pell Grants preserved in the latest round of the budget showdown — despitemuch political football and an earlier House appropriations bill that threatened to dramatically slash them — Democrats and education advocates are breathing a tempered sigh of relief. (The Huffington Post)

Note to Law School Students Some might say that the crash has been a great equalizer of sorts. I disagree. (The Huffington Post)

Lawsuit raises questions about therapy dogs at colleges A federal lawsuit could signal a shift in how institutions will handle accommodations of students with therapy animals. (USA Today)