A report by the New America Foundation finds many colleges are failing to do enough to make higher education affordable for low-income students.
A new poll by Kaplan Test Prep finds high school students not as enthused about the SAT redesign as college-admissions officers.
The Nevada Kick Start Program hopes to instill a college-going culture at a young age with $50 in college-savings plans for every kindergartener.
A new report highlights approaches that have increased graduation rates at the University of California-Riverside, the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, and the University of South Florida-Tampa,
Professional development and in-service training programs are expanding to help school counselors encourage an increasingly diverse high school population to go to college.
The New York Times releases a new college access index and analysis of top schools that recruit low-income students.
The 2015 edition includes information on student-loan-default rates and campus safety for the first time.
The latest annual education report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development shows that the United States has fallen behind many other nations in college-completion growth rates, despite a large share of Americans having a college degree.
Research from the University of Chicago focusing on keeping 9th graders on track pays off in graduation rates.
New research from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities finds lottery proceeds rarely match projections to fund college scholarship programs.