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Reports | Student Debt

Resetting the Trillion-Dollar Student-Loan Problem

As college costs rise, so too does the amount students are borrowing. A new report from the Center for American Progress reviews several proposals currently pending before Congress and recommends elements that need to be included in a plan to permit student-loan refinancing. More »

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Partners in Innovation

The early college high school program at San Diego City College is a partnership of the college, San Diego Unified School District, and several state and national organizations. This brief from Jobs for the Future shows how the collaboration is More »

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Reports | Achieve 2013 Annual Report

Closing the Expectations Gap

A survey from Achieve updates the progress of states in aligning Common Core State Standards with policies and practice to better ensure that all students are academically prepared for life after high school. More »

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Reports | NSSE Annual Results 2013

A Fresh Look at Student Engagement

Only 40 percent of college students identify an academic advisor as their primary go-to source for advice regarding academic plans, says the new National Survey of Student Engagement report. More »

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The Missing Piece

Successfully taking just one or two courses yields earning increases of around 5 percent in many fields, concludes this policy brief from the LearningWorks. More »

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College Choice Report 2013-14

Only 1 out of 3 students who recently took the ACT college assessment test intended to major in a subject that was deemed a good fit for their strengths and preferences, according to the College Choice Report from ACT. More »

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The 2013 National Survey of Access and Finance Issues

Community college systems in many states continue to face financial stress, according a new survey from the Education Policy Center of the University of Alabama. Halfway Out of Recession But A Long Way to Go says that stress is forcing some institutions to turn away students. More »

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