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Budget cuts are taking the heaviest toll on colleges that serve the neediest students

States are disproportionately subsidizing schools whose students are wealthier, whiter

Students, feeling nickel-and-dimed, force new scrutiny of college fees

A handful of schools call a halt to unexpected fees that are rising faster than tuition

More universities and colleges reach out to boost their home communities

In a time of falling trust, the trend is in institutions’ self-interest as well as social interest

Twenty-one and in high school

A Bronx school bets on relationships to give high school dropouts a second chance

Conquering the confusing common app: These tips will help

How do you fill out the parent information section if you live with a foster family? Does babysitting your little brother after school count as an “activity”? The questions that…

Defying political pushback, private colleges quietly enroll undocumented students

Outside financial support helps, but post-election realities may overcome bold rhetoric

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Colleges face a new reality, as the number of high school graduates will decline

An increase in low-income and minority-group students will challenge colleges to serve them better

We need more black people rooting for tech entrepreneurs, not just football players

America’s future is at stake if we keep excluding people of color from tech jobs

Eligible for job and college aid, half of Tennesseans with disabilities get nothing

State officials relinquish millions of dollars that could fix the problems

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