The selective liberal arts school in New York was honored by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation for increasing financial aid and more than doubling the percent of low-income students enrolled in recent years.
The National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium recognizes nine CTE programs for their high impact and high quality in its 2015 Excellence in Action Awards.
A Kaplan survey of college admissions officers reveals one in four felt pressure to admit a well-connected applicant who did not meet the school's standards.
As college enrollment increases, but completion remains flat, efforts are underway to better track and support students on the path to a degree.
An analysis of state action to support high-achieving, low-income students reveals a "policy vacuum" in supporting this population.
A new report from the Education Commission of the States looks at how states measure college readiness and what actions they take based on the scores.
The measure signed by Gov. Nathan Deal might allow as many as 9,000 former students to earn a high school diploma.
The Regional Educational Laboratory Midwest researched Iowa and Wisconsin high schools offering online courses and found concern with quality and teacher training.
As career technical education programs try to reflect the latest workforce trends, schools are reaching out to businesses for deeper engagement through long-term partnerships and workplace learning opportunities.
A new report from the National Association for College Admission Counseling shows administrators value time spent on college counseling, although most guidance departments devote less than 20 percent of their time to that task.