A new report from the Center for Community College Student Engagement shows steady improvement over the past decade in how students feel connected on campus and challenged academically.
The new Pritzker Access Scholarship program covers college costs for 70 undocumented students from Chicago charter high schools.
New research finds completion rates, particularly for low-income students, are considerably higher at four-year colleges among students of similar academic ability compared to those who attend two-year colleges.
The announcement that the 700-student, all-women's college in Virginia closing has some experts speculating that it's the tip of the iceberg for closures.
Michigan recognizes elementary schools for an innovative program that invites surgical teams from local hospitals to demonstrate procedures and expose students to medical careers.
A new study finds students in Florida community colleges often do not transfer to four-year universities because they are located too far from their homes.
Marten Roorda will replace Jon Whitmore as CEO of ACT Inc. in the fall of 2015.
Families with 529 college-savings plans would be allowed to withdraw money for technology or computer costs under legislation approved by the U.S. House of Representatives.
The City University of New York finds that a comprehensive support program helped double graduation rates among community college students.
Requirements that test takers submit a photo have reduced imposter incidents by 50 percent since 2012, according to SAT and ACT officials.