The College Board won the latest contract for statewide SAT testing for all high school juniors.


Lynnette Khalfani-Cox offers tips on saving money on upfront college costs, avoiding hidden college fees, and accessing financial aid in two new personal finance books.


As FASFA season kicks off Jan. 1, high schools are encouraged to increase applications to help more students finance college.


Top blog posts this year included coverage of SAT redesign, college affordability, and early readiness efforts.


A new state law in Nevada takes effect Jan. 1 linking driving privileges to school attendance.


As high school seniors fret about college applications before early January deadlines, research shows there is more to selecting a good school than selectivity.


The Education Commission of the States has compiled research on effective school counseling practices that can increase college-going rates.


New research from the National Student Clearinghouse finds the students who completed the AVID college-readiness program were more likely to persist in college than their peers overall.


The U.S. Department of Education released measures to use in rating colleges and universities based on performance, access, and value.


Jobs for the Future released a report calling for better coordination between state and campus policies to promote college completion, particularly with interventions to assist low-income, nontraditional students.


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