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The U.S. Department of Education pushed back the timeline for publishing its proposal for a revised gainful employment rule to next year, meaning the earliest it could go into effect is mid-2024.
Underused strategies like corequisite courses and easy on-ramps help students enroll and graduate, argues the founder of online ed company StraighterLine.
About 662,000 fewer undergrads enrolled in college in spring 2022 compared to the year before, the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center found.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on Tuesday announced a series of six-month grants each totaling about $175,000 to support regional design efforts to boost dual enrollment and early college credit offerings.
Adults who borrowed for college and still owe money are more pessimistic about higher ed’s value than are those who don’t have any debt, according to a report released this week by the Federal Reserve Board.
Unlike boomers, millennials didn’t find good jobs until their 30s. Here’s what it means for colleges and employers.
New reports describe how education-work pipelines fail many young adults, especially those of low socioeconomic status. What can prompt changes?
About 9% fewer students completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid forms as of the end of March than had done so at the same point last year, according to new data from the National College Attainment Network. This amounts to 873,489 fewer students filing a FAFSA.
More than three-quarters of four-year undergraduate students who considered stopping out in the past six months said it was due to emotional stress, according to a new survey from Gallup and the Lumina Foundation. That's up from just 42% in 2020.
More than 200 colleges, including several outside the U.S., have reported to the National Association for College Admission Counseling that they have open seats for fall 2022.