Successful young Latino and black high school men rely on family and school support to overcome the odds and be high academic achievers, a new research study finds.
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September 30, 2013
June 25, 2013
A new report provides a national profile of institutions serving Asian-American and Pacific Islander students.
June 21, 2013
Early evaluations of the Postecondary Success Collaborative shows helping high schools leverage existing resources to improve college access is having an impact.
June 13, 2013
A new report reflects slight improvements in college completion, but less success among Latino and Africa-American students.
June 11, 2013
Students who complete some college, but fall short of a degree, earn about $100,000 more over a lifetime.
June 04, 2013
Despite showing promise for college success, one in five students do not enroll or make it to their second year of college, a new ACT report finds.
May 09, 2013
Many students who receive Pell Grants pay high tuition at their colleges, as institutional aid is used to compete for other students, a new report says.
May 08, 2013
Federal college-preparation programs for disadvantaged students are criticized for their lack of evidence on impact in a new policy brief.
April 12, 2013
Low-income high school graduates are more likely to attend college in the fall if they receive peer mentoring and text-message reminders over the summer, new research from Harvard finds.
October 12, 2012
A new study by the Center for Public Education at the National School Boards Association finds persistence of college freshmen positively linked to their college advising level, math preparation, and AP/IB courses.