High school students are relying more on Twitter and Instagram for information about college, as Facebook use drops, a new survey finds.
Benefits of programs to improve students' social-emotional skills and strengthen relationships with teachers are seen in middle school.
What students study matters more than where they go to college, says a new report by the American Institutes for Research.
When measuring the worth of college, Gallup suggests using a measure of well-being alongside classic economic measures.
Families can use money accumulated in 529 college-savings plans to pay for dual-enrollment classes students take in high school.
A new college-ranking list from Washington Monthly focuses on value to students.
Graduation rates continue to improve for all students at small high schools of choice in New York City, a new MDRC study shows.
President Obama's proposal to rein in college costs by creating a new rating system, promoting innovation, and expanding student loan repayment options sparks reaction among stakeholders in higher education.
Junior Achievement launches new effort to help high school students explore careers and develop job-search skills.
The president plans to call for a college-rating system to assess performance, revisions to student-loan repayment programs, and innovations.