The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation invited 100 principals from selective schools to join in a new coalition to advocate for inclusion and support of more high-achieving, low-income students.
The annual UCLA college freshman survey finds 1 in 10 students are frequently depressed and emotional health ratings of students are at a 30-year low.
New research finds there is a 2 to 3 percentage-point bump in college-going rates from statewide SAT testing among high school juniors.
Ohio's College Credit Plus program aims ensuring all students have an opportunity to earn college credit before graduation.
College Board is now giving students the option to have the results from their Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test sent to five more organizations that give scholarships to disadvantaged students.
ASCA names its 2015 School Counselor of the Year, along with four finalists, in Washington today.
Criticism from both parties led the White House to announce a change in its tax proposals, abandoning the idea of taxing withdrawals from college savings accounts.
New research highlights the need for improved financial and counseling support to get more community college students to complete their credential and transfer to four-year colleges.
The strategy to tell a handful of incoming freshman of their college admissions in person is unique, but one that experts say may catch on.
If President Obama's new tax proposal is adopted, families could no longer withdraw money for college expenses from 529 Plans for free.