A new study looks at why they’re largely absent from majors that lead to high-paying jobs.
Many students who wish they could attend college don't have workable options close to home.
A group of state schools will test programs for helping first-year students succeed.
In the past two decades, the growth in Hispanic-serving institutions has grown, but not kept up with demand.
A teacher’s race—and racial biases—can affect how many African American students are assigned to such classes.
Ithaca College President Tom Rochon has announced he will retire. Students had protested racial insensitivity on campus last fall and called for his resignation.
Across the country, schools are ill-equipped to provide necessary mental health screening and services to the neediest students. A new law may change that.
Some see a need for this since even the smartest low-income students make up just 3 percent of elite schools.
Despite the Obama administration’s push for science and tech education, research institutions have battled budget cuts for years. Will new spending measures fix the damage?
The cost of attending public colleges has risen more rapidly than for private schools.
The quality of education still varies widely across the country.
In Connecticut, communities have welcomed those searching for a home and set up systems to help them rebuild.
Use the hashtag #AccessEDU to talk to thought leaders, teachers, and other stakeholders on creating opportunity for all students.
The benefits and limitations of schools that segregate based on gender
Using national data, Graphiq lists the schools with at least 20,000 students that reflect changing racial and ethnic demographics.
Minority college enrollment has skyrocketed, but the black share of the student bodies at top research schools has barely budged in 20 years.
School choice has resulted in options for some families and additional barriers for others.
The Obama administration launched a public-private collaboration that will funnel $375 million into redesigning high school.
Tim Wolfe failed to grasp that ignoring reports of racism on campus was not going to make the issue disappear.
Efforts to teach ELL students in their native languages are gaining traction—and they’re benefitting native English speakers, too.
Nation still lags in closing the education gap that affects students of color.