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With number of student-parents up, availability of campus child care is down

The disparity could further widen the degree divide by race and income, experts say

Is the college degree outdated?

How small-bite credentials may trump college learning

One possible solution for the future of career and technical education

A new program in Tennessee lets students to progress at their own pace – and learn job skills

Group withdraws applications to convert remaining traditional schools in New Orleans to charters

This story is reprinted with permission. ExCEED Network Schools Charter Management Organization, a new group led by principals and Orleans Parish school district staff, has withdrawn its applications to convert…

At some colleges that recruit veterans and their GI Bill money, none graduate

Federal figures show the success rate for veterans at some schools is infinitesimal

Using virtual reality to step into others’ shoes

Program provides students with free equipment to create virtual reality films

New York’s free tuition plan won’t help the neediest students. Should it?

Does the Excelsior Scholarship plan miss the point?

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If universities did more to help poor students, maybe 40 percent wouldn’t drop out before college even begins

Universities should commit to supporting their poorer students even when states do not

Report finds ‘significant’ decreases in state’s achievement gap

Math and reading proficiency rates increase for all students over six-year period

District says 24 credits and a D-minus average aren’t good enough

Focusing on family buy-in, a Connecticut district shifts to mastery-based learning

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