A CAP study finds that students’ circumstances are stable enough to have them file the FAFSA just once, which could have a positive impact on students—particularly those who receive Pell Grants.
The Madness Doesn’t End in March
How the Trump Administration Is Undoing College Accreditation
How Congress Can Fix Student Loan Repayment
New Insights Into Attainment for Low-Income Students
Although sexual assault remains a pervasive issue on college campuses, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is planning to undermine survivors through new, regressive changes to Title IX.
As Debates Over College Costs Make Waves in South Carolina, It’s Time to Boost Need-Based Aid Nationwide
The steep costs of higher education highlight a fundamental problem with how states distribute grant dollars.
Organizations in several cities are mixing online competency-based degree programs with in-person supports, aiming to help students who have been poorly served by both purely online programs and the traditional classroom.
Several overlooked groups of students—including veterans and students with disabilities—continue to struggle with loan repayment.
As Betsy DeVos’ Department of Education pushes a higher education agenda that’s bad for students, several state attorneys general, civil rights organizations, and advocacy groups have engaged the courts to protect the interests of students.
New CHEA-proposed standards raise the bar for accrediting agencies; however, they could be strengthened in four key ways.
There are many reasons to scrap the Department of Education’s new proposal for borrowers whose colleges took advantage of them.
Many high-profile failed colleges had longer-term default rates that would have triggered sanctions had they been measured over more time.
CAP accessed five years of student loan outcomes for more than 4,800 colleges.
Race-conscious admissions policies benefit all students of color, including Asian Americans, and higher education institutions must use these practices—along with other considerations—to better ensure diversity and equity on their campuses.
America’s high school students need a rich and varied curriculum in order to be successful in high school, college, and beyond.
Although the Education Department has detailed data on student debt, the public is in the dark on basic facts.
Bunker Hill Community College in Boston has seen improved retention for part-time students enrolled in learning communities.
New research highlights the urgency for better supporting the 2.1 million single mothers in college.