Profiles of nearly 20,000 schools are included in this year's rankings, including information on test scores and success in meeting the needs of disadvantaged students.
A new report finds 30 states increase funding for state colleges and universities, while 20 cut appropriations.
Lawmakers in Tennessee House and Senate approve measure for free community-college tuition; proposal goes to governor for signature.
NACAC introduces resource to find organizations that help disadvantaged, first-generation college-going students to help colleges in diversity efforts.
Details and sample questions are released in advance of the spring 2016 roll out of the new redesigned SAT.
The advocacy group Excelencia in Education unveils information on education attainment for Latino students with state-level fact sheets and an interactive tool on its website.
The test-maker says 4,000 students in 23 states took the first ACT tests on computer April 12 as a rollout of the digital pilot effort began.
A new report from Sallie Mae finds total savings are up for families, but most is intended for retirement nest egg.
Examining ACT test-takers in the class of 2012, research finds a link between academic readiness and college dropout and transfer rates.
Results from a new Next America Poll finds Americans' views about the necessity of a four-year degree has been slipping.