A discussion of efforts to improve professional development and pre-service training for school counselors will take place at an Oct. 7 Education Week webinar and at an event next month at San Diego State University.


The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute launched an online database to connect students with resources to improve readiness and access to higher education.


Starting next fall, high school students will take a redesigned version of the PSAT/NMSQT following some of the same changes to test more critical thinking in store for the SAT.


The U.S. Department of Education announces 24 colleges and universities won one of the new "First in The World" grants to spur innovation in higher education.


Edward Gordon, author of Future Jobs, tells construction leaders in Washington that companies need to work in concert with educators to better prepare students for the workforce of tomorrow.


A new report finds a "startling discovery" that 88 percent of high school graduates go to a two- or four-year college by age 26.


The Department of Education announced $82 million in GEAR UP grants in advance of the Sept. 27 American Graduate Day kick-off.


The online application organization will no longer require member colleges to ask for essays or recommendations, broadening the potential pool of members using the service next fall.


The university is slated to cut 20 of its 30 Posse Foundation scholarships next year, as new leadership reviews the financial aid dollars awarded.


A report from the American Institutes for Research shows widely varying gaps in expectations for learning between state measures and international benchmarks.


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