Federal efforts to grow apprenticeships cannot come at the expense of program quality.
How College Accreditors Miss the Mark on Student Outcomes
The Good and Bad News in College Attainment Trends
Gaps in College Spending Shortchange Students of Color
5 Facts About the Proposed Student Loan Repayment System
ACICS Should Not Regain Its Ability to Grant Access to Federal Financial Aid
Policymakers, colleges, and school districts should take steps to successfully reform remedial education for recent high school graduates.
The ways students receive and repay their federal student aid may see drastic changes in the coming years.
Colleges and universities can help curb some of the substantial disadvantages that unauthorized students confront when attempting to attain postsecondary education.
New federal data shed light on the demographics of student loan defaulters as well as their path into and out of default.
House Republicans’ plan to overhaul income-driven repayment will force low-income students to spend many more years in repayment and pay a great deal more along the way.
Two dozen institutions could lose access to Title III or V funding under a recently proposed House bill.
A new House proposal for reauthorizing the Higher Education Act proposes big and often unwanted changes to accountability, quality, affordability, and other areas.
Here are seven alarming signs that President Trump and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos are slowly but steadily making good on their promise to diminish the U.S. Department of Education.
Nearly half of undergraduates raising families default on their loans—and most of them are single parents.
The House majority has proposed eliminating a deduction used by millions of Americans with student loans.
Streamlining higher education tax benefits sounds great, but House Republican proposals are a Trojan horse for billions of dollars in cuts.
This report outlines seven proposed principles to improve U.S. Department of Education efforts to protect the $125 billion annual investment in federal financial aid.
This fact sheet outlines seven principles for improving federal oversight of colleges and universities.
For the first time, the federal government has revealed outcomes for nontraditional students enrolled at individual institutions.