As students face technical problems trying to apply to complete the electronic Common App, officials offer an apology and commitment to improved service.
Debt is rising among college graduates and more are having a harder time repaying their loans, a study from the National Center for Education Statistics finds.
The document outlines promising practices to improve student engagement and success, but finds that many community colleges have not embraced them.
New findings showing that graduates of high-poverty schools are less likely to enroll and persist in college are being seized on to make the case for interventions that will improve the college- and career-readiness of low-income students.
Approximately 3.6 million high school students are expected to take the PSAT this month, as some districts and states pick up the exam fee for all students.
A California program that is designed to help disadvantaged middle school students get on the pathway to college is showing promise and is looking to expand across California.
A new law in California will set higher prices for community college classes that are in high demand, sparking controversy and concern over equal access.
Linked Learning in California receives substantial investment from the James Irvine Foundation to expand program in high schools.
Giving low-income students their college financial aid in increments can encourage academic engagement and smart financial management, an MCRD brief shows.
The income advantage of going to college is slipping, but the new trends report from College Board outlines the benefits of higher education in pay and lifestyle.