ACT reports that 55 percent of American Indian students fail to meet the college readiness benchmark in any of the four subject areas.
The first National Student Financial Wellness Study shows most students are borrowing for college and one-third say money pressures are affecting their studies.
Ninety incoming seniors from Central Falls High School in Providence received early acceptances to a nearby college and application fee waivers—provided they stay on track through high school graduation.
A new NCES report shows little progress in recent years improving dropout numbers, although improvements have been made since 1972.
In the wake of a June 6 printing error that led to the College Board dropping two of the 10 SAT sections, board officials issued additional assurances of the validity of scoring a shorter test.
U.S. Department of Education officials are reportedly backing away from rating the performance of schools in a new college-rating system, instead opting to offer expanded data for consumers.
The Lumina Foundation releases six strategies for colleges to use to get more low-income students into and through college with its "Beyond Financial Aid" guidebook.
Alumni fighting to keep the small, all-women's college in Lynchburg, Va., won their lawsuit and plans are in the works to keep the institution open under new leadership.
Citing customer feedback, empirical evidence, and college trends, ACT decides to phase out its Compass placement tests by Dec. 2016.
Students with disabilities work on self-advocacy to overcome unique challenges transitioning from high school to college.