Higher Ed

STUDENT VOICE: My life in high school in one word? Struggle

‘It’s the challenges that push you’

Members of the BizTech Challenge winning team (from left to right): Rashad Pierre, senior, business management major; Nathan Morrison, senior, mechanical engineering and supply chain management; Ashley Lewis, sophomore, electrical engineering; and Polite Stewart, Jr., senior, mechanical engineering and physics.

When a dollar and a dream isn’t enough

Venture capitalists must support black-run start-ups by going to where the black people are

Great Hall, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

OPINION: Five reasons colleges can enroll more low-income students

New findings in a growing body of research

Grambling State University President Richard Gallot, Jr. (pictured right) rides in the homecoming parade in Grambling, LA with his wife Christy Gallot and sons.

Black colleges can revive American cities

Historically black colleges and universities help boost incomes in their towns

The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity house is seen near Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fla. University President John Thrasher announced the indefinite suspension of the school’s 55 fraternities and sororities following the death of a freshman pledge. Andrew Coffey, a pledge at Pi Kappa Phi, died Friday after he was found unresponsive following a party.

Are hazing, sexual assault, drinking and unabashed racism inevitable on campus?

Despite horrifying new incidents and a scathing new book on Greek life, college presidents find change elusive

It’s time our educational institutions instilled some civic-minded values in students

Learning is about more than college readiness, and we ignore that at our peril

OPINION: Research confirms an urgent need to improve how students are supported when choosing college majors

First-gen and minority students suffer from a lack of professional advice

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Washington, D.C. – West Front Plaza and façade of the U.S. Supreme court building.

OPINION: How one Colorado boy with autism schooled the Supreme Court on public education for the disabled

What’s changed since the landmark Endrew ruling, and what hasn’t

San Quentin inmate Anthony Anderson holds the essay he wrote, addressing future students in the program's English classes.

What does college look like in prison?

Educational courses in prison can lower recidivism rates

Federal data shows 3.9 million students dropped out of college with debt in 2015 and 2016

For-profit sector produced a disproportionate share of indebted dropouts

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