The Washington Post released its annual Most Challenging High Schools, highlighting schools where the most students take college-level examinations.


The Obama Administration plans to roll out an initiative aimed at encouraging colleges to grant credit for student-apprentices who learn new skills on the job.


Top assistant principals from across the country lobbied their representatives to support technology, professional development, and the common core.


The latest figures on fall admissions rates come in from some of the country's most selective colleges and universities.


Possible changes to the code of conduct for financial-aid professionals could bring additional clarity to award letters in the future.


Cost is a rising factor in college choice, prompting students to apply for scholarships from an array of sources as they prepare to make final decisions.


An Education Trust report follows high-achieving students through high school and discovers those from low-income backgrounds and students of color don't excel as much as their wealthier, white peers.


At Stapleton High School in Denver, 100 percent of seniors have been accepted to a four-year college--for the seventh consecutive year.


Most African American students aren't receiving the education they need to succeed in college, says a new report.


As families prepare their taxes, experts suggest reviewing ways credits and deductions can help defray higher education expenses.


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