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The Science Leadership Academy is a progressive science and technology high school in Philadelphia.

Colleges, how in good conscience can you do this to kids?

Hearts break as admitted students realize they can’t afford it

Sample results from the College Considerator prototype

How much should you pay for a degree?

A new online tool measures the value of college

Debunked: $1 trillion in student debt and other myths about the liberal arts

At a time when critics question the value of a college education, a degree in the liberal arts is under more scrutiny than ever before. The study of history, literature,…

Amid March Madness, Americans express concern about college sports spending

Sixteen men’s basketball teams are still alive in the N.C.A.A. March Madness tournament, including No. 7 Wichita State which knocked off No. 2 Kansas over the weekend. Today March Madness…

A ‘promising’ way to help low-income students to and through college

Gap in college-going between richest and poorest students remains same as in 1970s, when Congress created Pell Grants

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Newer studies say online instruction neither harms nor benefits the average university student

But growing body of evidence that lower achieving students are harmed

Why ‘The Cotton Picker’s Minstrel Review’ is part of higher ed history

Five women in blackface in the 1945 Terrapin. University of Maryland, College Park (1945) You don’t have to hope for a “snitch” to find racist traditions.…

Hamilton College President Joan Stewart was the first in her family to go to college, and feels strongly about expanding opportunity for low-income students.

Can a small, rural college that eliminated merit aid survive — and thrive? Hamilton College president makes the case

Hamilton College President Joan Stewart was the first in her family to go to college, and feels strongly about expanding opportunity for low-income students. When Sweet…

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