MetLife Survey of the American Teacher

More than 90 percent of middle and high school teachers believe that strengthening programs to help diverse learners with the highest needs meet college- and career-ready standards should be a priority in education. Read the MetLife Survey of the American Teacher. More »


Making the Grade 2011

Amidst shrinking resources and rising demands for more college graduates, it’s clear that colleges and universities must transform the way they do business. This report, from Deloitte, provides an overview of the top 10 issues facing higher education, along with key strategies to help institutions reinvent themselves to meet evolving education and workforce needs. More »


Making the Grade: Improving Degree Attainment at HBCUs

For more than a century, HBCUs have been in the forefront of educating African Americans (as well as increasingly Latinos) and other disadvantaged students, many of whom are the first members of their families to attend college. Often the students More »


Advancing in Higher Education: A Portrait of Latino/a College Freshmen at Four-Year Institutions, 1975-2006

Despite significant increases in the numbers of Hispanic students entering four-year institutions, the proportion of Latino males relative to Latinas declined from 57.4 percent in 1975 to 39.2 percent in 2006. “Advancing in Higher Education” from the Higher Education Research More »