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June 2013 Archives
High-achieving, low-income students can benefit from detailed information about the college process, says a new report.
Students in early-college high school are significantly more likely to enroll and complete college, a study of 10 schools finds.
A new report provides a national profile of institutions serving Asian-American and Pacific Islander students.
A statistical profile of the class of 2013 reveals a different perspective on the social, health, and academic issues facing this group.
Early evaluations of the Postecondary Success Collaborative shows helping high schools leverage existing resources to improve college access is having an impact.
Paid interns fare better in the job market after graduation than their unpaid counterparts, a new survey finds.
Education and advocacy groups are calling on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to mandate counseling for students before they can take out private loans.
Summer reading suggestions offered by college admissions counselors in the NY Times.
Massachusetts, Colorado, and Minnesota are the states leading the country in college-degree attainment, according to a new report.
A new report reflects slight improvements in college completion, but less success among Latino and Africa-American students.
Students who complete some college, but fall short of a degree, earn about $100,000 more over a lifetime.
Facebook can help first-generation college students feel confident and connect them with resources for the college-search process.
When GRE test takers changed their answers on multiple-choice questions, they improved their scores, on average, research from ETS finds.
Information about the experiences of Asian-American and Pacific Islander students should be reported by subgroups, a new report recommends.
Gaps still exist between enrollment of white and low-income and minority students in advanced programs even among those qualified to succeed.
Despite showing promise for college success, one in five students do not enroll or make it to their second year of college, a new ACT report finds.
Advocacy groups plan to rally on June 5 to keep student-loan interest rates from doubling on July 1.