Students in one North Carolina district demand that their school board hire more counselors.


A new brief highlights moves by two states to build programs to raise college awareness in adolescent students.


The move is the latest in a string of decisions that add up to big shifts on the high school testing landscape.


High school tests by the two consortia get better ratings for plumbing depth, complexity, than do ACT's Aspire or Massachusetts' MCAS.


The plan would make the least-qualified students obtain associate degrees before claiming their places in four-year institutions.


Geography can be destiny if a student lives in a region of the country with few good college options nearby, a new paper argues.


The new website could help high school guidance counselors as they work with students to make informed decisions about their education and work plans.


The move comes in the wake of data showing that GED-passers were doing better in college than students with high school diplomas.


The federal education department unveils proposals aimed at helping students finish college more quickly.


The new grant competition emphasizes creation of programs that respond to the demands of local businesses for highly skilled employees.


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