Many states, including some of the nation's most rural, are cutting academic majors to save money.
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December 09, 2014
December 05, 2014
Only 20 percent of students at federally funded tribal colleges earn four-year degrees in six years.
November 21, 2014
Benjamin L. Castleman of the University of Virginia and Lindsay C. Page of the University of Pittsburgh, authors of Summer Melt: Supporting Low-Income Students Through the Transition to College, discuss the importance of schools' continued correspondence with students after graduation.
November 19, 2014
The slate of federal grant programs that help low-income and first-generation students gain access to college are supposed to get funded on a competitive basis, but it doesn't really work that way.
November 18, 2014
Benjamin L. Castleman of the University of Virginia and Lindsay C. Page of the University of Pittsburgh discuss smooth transitions into college and their new book Summer Melt: Supporting Low-Income Students Through the Transition to College.
November 16, 2014
A look at how internationalization of teacher education plays out abroad.
November 06, 2014
Gomperts: Since the end of World War II, the nation has recognized that investing in people going to college is central to opening the doors of opportunity.
November 06, 2014
Santos: Because Pell grant spending has not kept pace with the rapid rise in college costs, more low-income students go to two-year colleges or low-cost institutions where they are less likely to graduate.
October 28, 2014
The two-year program prepares administrators to work in fourteen rural districts in northeastern North Carolina.
October 23, 2014
A five-year grant aims to increase the number of rural students interested in biomedical and health careers in Alaska.