Massachusetts is leading 18 states and the District of Columbia in a lawsuit against U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, challenging her plans to roll back regulations designed to protect students at for-profit colleges.
The U.S. Department of Education recently released its annual report on the federal Pell Grant program, which provides detailed information about the program’s finances and who is receiving grants. The most recent report includes data from the 2015-16 academic year, and I summarize the data and trends over the last two decades in this annual… Read more »
New strategies include changing academic offerings and lowering prices
The Executive Order aims to strengthen industry engagement and connections to education, but falls short on quality control.
Survey says most college students in online courses yearn for interaction with instructors, peers.
Like seemingly most American households, the Kelchens get far more junk in the mail than actual mail of value. We get about as many credit card applications as our shredder can handle, as well as folks trying to sell us a broad array of products and services. But letters that mention student loan debt and… Read more »
More questions than answers on the future of American apprenticeship
Facing our differences, stereotypes, privileges and fears
Google search data show which states search the most for information on student aid.
The Trump administration is proposing some substantial changes to how students and colleges are funded.