When schools ask applicants about their criminal histories, a veneer of campus safety may come at the expense of educational opportunity.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are misleading African Americans with their plans for these institutions.
The satirical website Rent-A-Minority is a biting indictment of how people in business often talk about diversity.
I won’t pretend there’s a simple solution for improving cross-cultural mingling on college campuses—that it’s merely a matter of organizing…
Last week, you might’ve found yourself settling down at a cozy Friendsgiving. If so, take a quick panoramic around the…
An abridged history of the misleading connection between classroom opportunity and economic mobility
Approaching Mitt Romney's tax plan like an LSAT puzzle shows that his plan is mathematically possible if income inequality grows even more than expected
The highlights of our week-long special report
One in two 18-year-olds today won't go to college, and one in two who enroll will drop out. I'm the CEO of a company trying to solve both those problems
Schools and the government should instead focus on income only when awarding assistance
The best-selling author of college guides in the country on how rankings fail students, why tuition won't stop climbing at Ivy League schools, and what parents don't understand about the admissions process
Are colleges that jack up tuition simply playing a necessary game to provide a higher-quality learning environment to picky students and professors?
Faculty and staff salaries comprise the highest proportion of the budget. Maintaining the physical plant is the second highest budget item...
America needs to get better at teacher old(er) dogs new tricks. But first, colleges need to learn a few things, themselves
The case for (and against) college in 10 charts
How a mandatory "fact box" -- like a nutritional label for higher education -- could help applying students understand what college is right for them
We need more students to get caught up in the college admissions "frenzy." Just as important, we need better technology to match those students with the right schools
Why isn't there a Consumer Reports, Zillow, or Kelley Blue Book for colleges?
If tuition cost slow their fierce rise, it will be because computer-based classes replaced the need for some in-person classes. So how are we doing there?
The crisis in college admissions isn't overly motivated parents or rankings. It's too little motivation among parents and students combined with insufficient information