Lumina Foundation for Education awarded grants totaling almost $17 million in the third quarter of 2009. More »
As the nation prepares to observe Veterans Day, the American Council on Education (ACE) today launched www.TodaysGIBill.org, a comprehensive college guidance web site to provide information and inspire veterans to enroll and succeed in higher education.
Lumina Foundation for Education today unveiled a new KnowHow2GO (KH2GO) resource. More »
Average SAT scores fell slightly in 2009, while gender and race gaps widened, according to this report from the College Board. Gaps are especially prevalent when examined by family income. Students from families with an annual income above $200,000 scored, More »
Access to college remains a challenge for many students, especially first-generation students and students from low-income families. This publication discusses a new practice guide targeting high schools and school districts looks at effective practices to better prepare students academically for More »
Disparities in resources for K-12 education deny millions of low-income and minority students a fair opportunity to prepare for college, while putting the nation’s capacity to meet 21st century imperatives in peril, says a report from the Southern Education Foundation. More »
While high schools with low graduation rates exist in every U.S. state, they are concentrated in a subset of 17 states that produce 70 percent of the nation’s dropouts. These states are the focus of this study from Jobs for More »