The National Student Clearinghouse finds student mobility rates are down from 9.4 percent to 9.1 percent, reflecting a stabilization in the same-year transfers.

A Gallup poll of college-educated adults finds a rich experience on campus is more closely linked to satisfaction on the job later than type of college they attended.

A week after new figures were released on historic high school graduation rates, experts consider what's next for making progress and the realities ahead.

A May 1 briefing on Capitol Hill will focus on extending federal Pell grants to high school students who are taking courses for college credit.

States are approving policies to support career and technical education at a rapid pace, finds a new report from the Education Commission of the States.

For students to pursue and thrive in STEM fields, experts suggest mentors can provide connection and motivation.

The fifth annual GradNation reports shows new milestone in high school graduate rates, with 81 percent of students finishing in 2012, compared to 71 percent in 2001.

The Lumina Foundation and other organizations working to increase the percentage of Americans with college degrees have launched a new website to share best practices.

School leaders like the integration of career and academic work, professional development and personalization seen in many of the 24 high school grant winners from the Youth CareerConnect competition.

A new report from the Lumina Foundation reveals the largest increase in college completion since 2008, with 39 percent of working-age Americans holding a degree.


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