Higher Ed

Behind the Latino college degree gap

Latinos are the least likely ethnic or racial group to get a college education, new report says

Military veterans decry debt, useless diplomas from for-profit colleges

“Fail State,” a new documentary by Alex Shebanow, uncovers for-profit colleges’ financial exploitation of vulnerable students and vets

From DACA students to Rhodes Scholars to foster-care youth, a look at some unusual college-goers

A sampling of Hechinger reporting for The New York Times’ Learning section

Jacob Maldonado and Maria Campos, friends and DACA recipients, on their graduation day.

DACA students persevere, enrolling at, remaining in and graduating from college

Despite uncertain futures in America, “Dreamers” prioritize their educations

OPINION: Did Betsy DeVos just suggest that schools roll back students’ civil rights?

Her testimony underscores ‘a crying need for renewed commitment to strong federal civil rights enforcement’

Lack of sufficient financial aid has forced Jocelyn Ramirez to work more than 40 hours a week and cut down on coursework so she can afford to stay in college.

Eligible for financial aid, nearly a million students never get it

States run out of money and aspiring low-income college students feel the pain

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A protest in support of DACA in downtown Kansas City, MO.

‘We’ve failed them’: How South Carolina education policy hurts ‘Dreamers’ — and costs taxpayers

The state is one of two states that ban the admission of undocumented students.

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