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Many High School Students and Families Unaware of FAFSA Process Details
High school students and their families struggle with paying for college, and the financial aid process they could be accessing has proven difficult for them.
August 16, 2022
Webster University and Edward Jones Establish Program to Boost Workforce Diversity
Webster University and financial services firm Edward Jones are creating an educational program to increase diversity in the workforce.
August 12, 2022
Study Finds that Tuition Costs Remain Biggest Burden for Students
Tuition costs remain students’ biggest burden, according to results from a recent study from edtech provider Cengage. 68% of students say education costs are a struggle for them or their family members, with tuition being cited as the biggest issue.
August 11, 2022
An Increasing Number of High School Graduates Are Not Going to College for Many Reasons
High schoolers are not going to college as much as before for a number of reasons.
August 11, 2022
Study Finds Black Medical Students at HBCU Med Schools Reported Greater Sense of Belonging and Higher Scholastic Confidence
Black medical students attending historically Black medical schools reported greater senses of belonging and higher confidence in their scholastic abilities than those at predominantly white medical schools.
August 4, 2022
KU Awarded $2.37 Million for Migrant Agricultural Worker-Family Student Success Program
The University of Kansas Center for Educational Opportunity Programs has been awarded $2.37 million over five years for the Heartland College Assistance Migrant Program, a first-year success program that supports children of migrant agricultural workers.
August 3, 2022
Pennsylvania Legislature Gives $1 Million to Colleges to Address Student Food Insecurity
The Pennsylvania Legislature is giving $1 million to college campuses for the coming school year to address student food insecurity.
July 27, 2022
Data Collection Crucial in Propelling Change for Student-Parents
Several organizations came together to present information about the challenges student-parents face as well as the valuable outcomes for those who succeed.
July 25, 2022
CUNY Distributes $3.1 Million to Help Pay Summer Tuition and Fees of Student-Parents
The City University of New York is helping pay for the summer tuition and fees of about 3,700 student-parents, distributing $3.1 million.
July 21, 2022
Austin Peay State University Offers In-State Tuition to Military-Affiliated Students
Austin Peay State University is making moves to assist in the educational pursuits of U.S. servicemembers.
July 20, 2022
New Jersey Students Receive Scholarships from ETS
July 15, 2022
20-year-old University of Mississippi Student, Jimmie "Jay" Lee, is Missing
A 20-year-old University of Mississippi student, Jimmie "Jay" Lee, is missing.
July 15, 2022
Thinking Beyond “Summer Melt” Enrollment Declines
Given continued drops in student enrollment, many colleges seek to tackle not only "summer melt" but longer-term enrollment declines.
July 8, 2022
Federal Judge Approves Alabama School District's Desegregation Plan
The Madison County (Ala.) School Board entered an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to work toward ensuring Black students have equal access to education.
July 7, 2022
University of California Leaders Sign Joint Resolution to Increase Student Voter Participation
University of California leaders, along with California Secretary of State Dr. Shirley N. Weber, have signed a joint resolution to increase student participation in elections.
June 30, 2022
Increase in Credential Earners for ’20-’21 Obscures a Worrying Trend
In an academic year roiled by the pandemic, colleges and universities posted an unexpected increase in undergraduate credential earners. according to a new report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
June 24, 2022
ACE Receives $500,000 from Walmart to Promote Use of Digital Credentials for Learners
The American Council on Education has received a $500,000 grant from Walmart to help working adults gain access to postsecondary education and economic opportunities through the use of learning and employment records (LERs) and blockchain.
June 23, 2022
Study: College Grads Say Pandemic Increased Importance of Work-Life Balance
More than two-thirds (69%) of 2022 college graduates say that circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have increased the importance of work-life balance, according to a recent study from BestColleges.com.
June 22, 2022
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