More and more American colleges and universities depend on foreign students to make sure their costs are low. But those students are increasingly going to other countries to study and the current political attitude towards immigrants is partly to blame.
With augmented reality books, students can see vocabulary come to life.
The Washington Monthly’s 2018 college rankings will measure those efforts.
Pay stubs of first-generation students match those of wealthier peers
Discrimination cannot be disguised as religious freedom
A small, somewhat pricey 50-year-old program in New York City proves to be an engine of social mobility, economists find
UPDATE: After months of debate, the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester announced it is keeping its mascot, the Crusader. The small Catholic college has reaffirmed that students, athletes and alumni will continue to be known as Crusaders who fight for social justice. In the fall, Holy Cross President Rev. Philip Boroughs asked students… Read more »
In a blog post last month, I used newly-available data from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Aid to look at the amount of student loan dollars in income-driven repayment plans by amount of debt. In that post, I showed that students with more debt were far more likely to use IDR… Read more »
DeVos may not give guidance, but here’s what to tell kids – and what not to tell them
Over the last two years, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Aid has quietly released additional data on the federal government’s portfolio of nearly $1.4 trillion in student loans. I was on the FSA website today looking up the most recent data on Public Service Loan Forgiveness employment certification forms (up to… Read more »