New 2013-14 season for filling out federal financial aid applications began Jan. 1.


American Opportunity Tax Credit grants of up to $10,000 in tuition tax credits are extended for five years.


Blog posts about the best high schools and new AP courses were among the most popular in 2012 on College Bound.


The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill tops Kiplinger's Personal Finance best-value ranking for public universities.


"Old school" reforms to Portland, Ore., high schools show early promising results.


Low-income students face substantial barriers to college completion, including financial aid, culture, and lack of counseling support.


Most colleges use standardized placement tests to determine readiness for college-level courses, but cutoff scores vary, a study finds.


Three programs working with disconnected youth are highlighted in a new report about the role data can play in improving and expanding services.


College presidents representing more than 160 campuses across the country are pushing for tougher gun laws in the wake of the school shooting in Newtown, Conn.


Completing a college degree substantially increases earning power over a high school diploma, a new report finds.


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