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States Higher-Ed Spending Begins Slow Recovery

Even though most states are beginning to reinvest in public higher education, appropriations are still 4 percent below where they were at the start of the 2008 recession, says the new Grapevine report from the Illinois State University and the More »


A Toolkit to Raise College-Going Rates

A new online resource called Postsecondary Success Asset Mapping is designed to help high schools guide underserved students toward successful college careers. In several pilot high schools, the Postsecondary Success Asset Mapping tool helped to raise college enrollment rates by More »


The Mentoring Effect

Formal and informal mentoring programs continue to be a key strategy for getting students into and through college, says this report from Civic Enterprises. In the study, 76 percent of at-risk young adults who had a mentor at some point More »


Early College, Continued Success

Getting a head start on college while enrolled in high school has definite advantages, concludes a new study by the American Institute for Research. Nearly 25 percent of graduates from early-college high schools earned an associate degree two years after More »

Digest of Education Statistics, 2012

Digest of Education Statistics 2012

Recently released data from the National Center for Education Statistics shows that the percentage of American adults with bachelor’s degrees rose from 27 percent to 31 percent in the decade ending in 2013. More »

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