The Financial Aid Challenge: Successful Practices That Address the Underutilization of Financial Aid in Community Colleges
Community colleges serve the most financially disadvantaged students, yet too many qualified students do not receive enough financial help, concludes this College Board report. It includes success stories and recommendations to help community college leaders increase the number of students More »
While the percentage of students earning bachelor’s degrees is increasing, so, too, are the gaps in bachelor’s degree attainment between White students and their Black and Hispanic counterparts. According to this publication, from the National Center for Education Statistics, the More »
A year-long effort to define a common set of academic standards culminated on June 2 with this final version of the Common Core State Standards. The standards establish consistent learning goals across states to help students graduate from high school More »
According to this resource from the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of U.S. residents with at least a bachelor’s degree climbed 34 percent between 1999 and 2009, from 43.8 million to 58.6 million.
In this Change magazine article, educator/researcher Barbara M. Kehm writes about the Bologna Process and Tuning Project. Originally a reform of educational structures and degrees, the Bologna agenda has increasingly focused on curricular content and cooperation in quality assurance to More »