Students have something to say about how well their high schools are getting them ready for college, and it isn't good news.


Which jobs are at risk of being lost to automation, and how can students prepare for those labor-market shifts? A new interactive tool, based on jobs data, offers insight that can help educators guide students in career planning.


High schools across the country hand out nearly 100 different kinds of diplomas, and most don't offer solid preparation for college or career. The students who bear the brunt of that inequity are most likely to be English learners, students with disabilities, low-income students, or those learning English.


In a sign of a deepening partnership, the College Board and Khan Academy will provide new teacher and student supports in AP subjects.


A new study shows that Michelle Obama increased communities' financial-aid-application rates when she showed up to boost college access.


A study by the Pew Research Center finds that most Republicans think colleges and universities have a negative impact on American life, while Democrats see higher education as a positive force.


A report on business-education partnerships offers insight for K-12 educators as they seek to provide experiential learning, especially in career and technical education programs.


A new report analyzes states' career-readiness plans under the Every Student Succeeds Act, and finds a lot of promise, but also many missed opportunities.


The Advanced Placement scores of 540 California students are being invalidated because seating rules were not obeyed in the exam room. The school district calls the decision an overreaction.


A California company has created a new prize worth more than $500,000 to reward the teachers and programs that train students for careers in skilled trades such as auto repair and carpentry.


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