Experts offer a snapshot into the college wait list process and tips on navigating.
The Education Sector releases report showing degree attainment has not progressed as rapidly as enrollment.
The College Board honors high schools with Inspiration Awards for outstanding college readiness against the odds.
NACAC posts list of colleges with openings remaining for Fall 2012.
Study of Louisiana community college students shows academic preparation was strongest indicator of success over being a recipient of financial aid.
A new report outlines steps to improve productivity of colleges and encourages companies to support workers who want to further their education.
Study shows promise in performance-based scholarships ,leading to academic success.
For high school seniors unsure about committing to a college, experts offer advice on deferring and taking a gap year.
Report from Education Sector suggests education tax credits be eliminated and funds redirected to supporting low-income students through Pell Grants.
The cry to keep federal student-loan interest rates from doubling in July is getting louder. On Saturday, President Obama dedicated his weekly radio address to the call to stop federally subsidized Stafford loans from rising from the current 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent. He is taking his message on the road this week. Then on Monday, probable Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney joined the chorus. My colleage Alyson Klein has more on this over at the Politics K-12 blog. Rich Williams, higher education advocate for US PIRG, framed Romney's position as evidence the issue is non-partisan. In recent ...