The new "Condition of Education" report from the National Center for Education Statistics shows high school and four-year college completion rates rising since 1990, especially among underserved students.
After expiring in 2013, the Higher Education Act is up for reauthorization and lawmakers are considering changes affecting affordability, consumer information, and financial aid, among other matters.
The College Decisions Survey by New America reveals two-thirds of incoming college students say specific college costs is the single most important factor in choosing a college.
A study of the guaranteed tuition mandate in Illinois shows universities raised their prices at a faster rate than if the institutions were allowed annual tuition hikes.
A new report by ACT Inc. shows nearly half of all second-year college students end up declaring a major different than what they thought they would pursue in high school.
Leaders of selective high schools work on strategies to reach out and change policies to attract more qualified, disadvantaged students into their programs.
High school counselors are showing no strong consensus on advising students about taking the current SAT, the new SAT, or the ACT, according to a survey from Kaplan Test Prep.
The Denver Scholarship Foundation released a report showing that every dollar invested in a student who graduates from the program yields 9 times that amount in taxes returned to the economy.
The New America Foundation examined 424 public college and universities to find an increasing number are using merit aid to attract out-of-state students who can pay higher tuition.
A new report from the Education Commission of the States finds states that remove tuition burdens from students in dual enrollment have larger numbers of minority and low-income student participating.