A new report suggests divvying up the Pell Grants into two programs,one for traditional age undergraduates and one for adults 25 and older.

A financial-aid shopping sheet debuts this year and is among several resources to help incoming college freshmen compare education costs.

About 55 percent of students placed on a wait list remain and 30 percent receive an offer of admission, according to a new report.

The campaign plans to hold 100 meetings over the next four years to discuss improving high school graduation rates.

A college-for-all curriculum leaves some employers in Minnesota complaining that high schools are not producing enough skilled manufacturing workers.

New online tools to help college graduates manage debt are unveiled by the U.S. Department of Education.

State budget cuts in California result in a 20 percent reduction in courses offered at community colleges and enrollment at the lowest level in two decades.

Early-college high school students show higher test performance, graduation rates, and college enrollment than peers at traditional high schools.

Females account for just one in four students in STEM programs for Career Technical Education, new research reveals.

Principles high-performing high schools need to be successful with Common Core State Standards are unveiled by Carnegie Corp.


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