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This report, from the Education Commission of the States, discusses how states define “college readiness” and the potential benefits and drawbacks of each approach. More »
Many high-achieving low-income students do not attempt to attend highly selective U.S. colleges and institutions because of perceived price barriers, says this report from the Institute for Higher Education Policy. The report explores the use of no-loan programs as a way to influence students’ ability to succeed in college. More »
A high school diploma is a critical entry point to the additional postsecondary training necessary to thrive socially and economically, says this report from the Schott Foundation. The report says 52 percent of Black males and 58 percent of Latino males graduate from high school in four years compared to 78 percent of White, non-Latino males. More »
This report from the Pew Hispanic Center shows more Latino students are enrolling in college, with 16.5 percent of college students now Latino. Five years ago, Latinos represented 11 percent of the college population. More »
This report, from the Institute for Higher Education Policy, provides a roadmap of promising practices and supports being used by 30 Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs) to foster academic success among first-generation college students. More »