Using suspension as a disciplinary tactic can lead students to leave school altogether, feeling that no adult cared enough to understand their problems or provide support, according to a new study of Minnesota students.


States must figure out new, fairer ways of holding alternative high schools accountable for graduation, a new study argues.


The University of Chicago has announced that it will no longer require the SAT or ACT for admission, marking the first time a major research university has joined the test-optional movement.


A new report shows more high schools with low graduation rates, even as the nation's high school graduation rate soars to an all-time high.


Michael Bloomberg's philanthropy announces $375 million in pledges to a range of initiatives that support college and career readiness.


New guidance from the U.S. Education Department warns states and districts that they risk violating federal data-privacy laws if they don't abide by key practices when administering the SAT or ACT.


The final report from President Trump's task force on apprenticeship doesn't lay out any details about how those paid positions would be expanded into high schools.


A new report assembles statistics pointing to a troubling good news/bad news pattern among low-income students heading to college.


The rules of the college game have changed, making it necessary for students to carefully analyze the earnings payoffs of specific programs of study, according to a new report.


A new study calls on states to end the practice of restricting dual-enrollment courses to high-achieving students. It argues that middle-performing students can do well, and reap big benefits, with the right support.


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