At a time when many parents help their children navigate every twist and turn of their academic lives, former and current foster youth have a particularly difficult path. If they don’t have a parental figure to guide them, they’re often…
By Teresa Wiltz, Stateline
Millions of college students are enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities, but many won't finish their degrees. The NewsHour wants to know what stands between students and achievement and what higher education officials can do to remove those obstacles.
By Laura Santhanam
Remember fretting about your ACT and SAT scores? A new study argues that it's only a number and not a reliable predictor for college success.
By Sarah Sheffer
What Does the Supreme Court Decision Mean for Affirmative Action's Future?…
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