Higher education alone can't bridge the wealth gap that separates black Americans from their white peers.
The financial constraints of major student loans make it harder for hundreds of thousands of Americans to buy their first homes. But so does a small technicality—one that the Federal Housing Administration could fix.
Two pieces of recent news signal a future in which America’s colleges and universities are even whiter than they are today.
Across the country, black and Latino adults are far less likely to hold a college degree than white adults. Can better support for colleges that serve a high percentage of minorities change that?
Families need clarity when it comes to figuring out how much higher education is going to cost them. Unfortunately, that's not what they're getting.
A futurist says the industry may have nowhere to go but down. What does the slide look like?
Subsidizing workers’ tuition is a good marketing move—and it should also help with the retail giant’s abysmal retention rate.
Strategies for recruiting and retaining low-income students aren’t particularly novel, though they can be tough to implement at scale.
The former education secretary thinks parents need to take radical action to change the country's gun laws.
Despite news reports that Republicans are generally skeptical of college, there are certain programs and institutions that they are quite warm to.
“It’s been happening everywhere. I've always kind of felt like eventually it was going to happen here, too.”
But they probably won't be voting for her.
A new report details how this demographic divvies up their time, and it doesn’t look relaxing.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos's address at Ave Maria University last weekend reignited a debate about the proper role of a Catholic school in a sharply divided time.
The decision highlights the pressure on universities to signal that they’re taking the issue of sexual abuse on campus seriously.
A new report shows that most colleges are failing when it comes to graduating low-income students, but the UC system is an exception.
Decades after a government report on deep inequity in the vocational offerings of the nation's criminal-justice system, little has changed.
The saga of Drew Cloud reveals just how badly those with debt want reliable information.
Getting the authorities involved is more dangerous for black Americans—which is why they do it less.
Many poor, minority high-schoolers don’t apply to top institutions even though they could get in—a decision that can have lasting consequences.