Ninety-three percent of middle school students say their goal is to attend college. However, only 44 percent enroll in college and 26 percent graduate with a college diploma within six years of enrolling, according to this fact sheet from the National High School Center. More »
The class of 2011 is more prepared for college, but America still has a long way to go before all high school graduates are deemed ready for college or a career, says this publication from ACT. The report shows that while minorities are making gains in college preparedness, Hispanics and Blacks continue to behind Whites in meeting ACT’s college-preparedness benchmarks. More »
Students are not getting the college-going support they need from adults and institutions soon enough, according to this publication, from What Kids Can Do, the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Public Education Foundation and the Alliance for Education. Watch videos of students discussing More »
See what higher education leaders, college presidents, and policymakers have to say about increasing productivity in higher education – graduating more students within existing resources while maintaining quality.
This publication, from The Education Trust, makes the case that leading public universities are failing at enrolling and developing students from low-income families and underrepresented minority groups. The report finds that overall flagships direct financial aid to wealthy students who More »