The South is about a decade behind the rest of the country in the kinds of high-skill, high-wage jobs that require education beyond high school, which, despite relatively strong job growth in the region, could keep it stuck in an economic rut, according to a new study.
Young Stanford graduates hope to expand nonprofit providing SAT prep for low-income, first-generation students
Surveys show students picking up larger percentage of college costs, while higher education business officials reflect little change ahead for funding model
A two-year investigation of for-profit colleges by the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee results in a scathing report that portrays interests of shareholders ahead of students.
A growing number of high school guidance counselors are hosting boot camps in the summer to help students get a jump-start on the college-application process.
New report on reverse transfer trends show paths that students take from four-year to two-year colleges.
U.S. Department of Education and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau release final award letter template for voluntary use by colleges and universities.
The U.S. Department of Education reorganized much of its financial aid and college information on a new website, StudentAid.gov.
NPR hosts video contest for youth to pitch big ideas to change the world.
ACT research gives insights into link between performance on exam and enrollment decisions.