Just over half of SAT takers retake the SAT at least once, but new research shows that retakes can have a significant effect on college enrollment.
Good speaking skills are the most important communication skill to executives and hiring managers when they're looking for new employees, a survey finds.
A lawsuit against ACT Inc. claims that the company illegally discloses students' disability status to colleges and scholarships organizations.
Two new studies raise questions about widespread claims that taking dual-enrollment courses in high school can save students time and money in college.
New Mexico has become the latest state to simplify the maze of conflicting policies that students confront when they try to get college credit for Advanced Placement courses.
A new, mobile-friendly version of the federal financial-aid website made its debut this week, but not without a few glitches.
A new study finds that teaching credit-recovery courses face-to-face isn't any more effective at helping students graduate on time than teaching those courses online.
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.