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By Kenya Downs
With massive debt and a bleak job market having many graduates regretting their degrees, NewsHour asked if college is really meant for everyone.
What more can colleges and universities do to ensure the country's most vulnerable students aren't just enrolling but are graduating too? Join NewsHour for our Twitter chat on college retention rates.
By Mikhail Zinshteyn, The Hechinger Report
As policymakers try to increase college-going, the cost has finally exceeded the grasp of low- and middle-income Americans.
Months after protests on campuses reached a boiling point nationally, what's next for the student activists who became the faces of a movement?…
By Sarah D. Sparks, Education Week
Fifteen years of new programs, testing, standards, and accountability have not ended racial achievement gaps in the United States.
High school seniors are applying to more colleges than ever. But despite being accepted into a first-choice college or university, many students are opting not to enroll for various reasons, including financial constraints.
High school seniors are applying to more colleges than ever, but fewer are choosing to enroll in their first choice. Do choices still matter? Join the PBS NewsHour for a Twitter chat on Thursday.
By Timothy Pratt, The Hechinger Report
A lack of basic financial knowledge and advice is aggravating student debt and defaults. Student financial ambassadors are looking to help.
First Lady Michelle Obama hosts the third annual National College Signing Day event at New York City.
By Liana Heitin, Education Week
Scholars theorize that learning Latin and Greek prefixes, suffixes and bases helps build vocabulary more quickly than learning definitions of individual words.
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