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The newest advantage of being rich in America? Higher grades

Escalating grade inflation at wealthy high schools is another blow to poor kids

DEBT WITHOUT DEGREE: Gaps in financial aid, funding contribute to growing number of Georgians with college loans and no college degree

State funding to Georgia’s public college system has dropped while student costs have shot up

DEBT WITHOUT DEGREE: The human cost of college debt that becomes “purgatory”

In a vicious circle, debt and low-paying jobs make it tough to earn a way back to college

Summit Public Schools personalizes instruction with technology so teachers can work with students individually and in small groups.

How it works: A new report explains the research behind a school model

Summit Public Schools releases an explanation of the research behind its vision

The new minority on campus? Men

As enrollment declines, colleges reach out to high school boys

DEBT WITHOUT DEGREE: Students drown in debt despite a $524 million state surplus

“It's just sitting there,” as thousands of Georgia students drop out with loan debt

Colleges say they could lower tuition if they could talk to each other about it

Some want to be freed from antitrust law, which regards such consultation as price-fixing

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There are 2.4 million fewer college students than there were five years ago

The problem is worst in the Midwest and the Northeast

New study shows more degrees earned at colleges and universities that serve minorities

The official federal graduation rates for colleges and universities that serve large numbers of black, Latino and Asian students significantly underestimate how many of their students are earning degrees, according…

Asking too much of high school graduates but not enough of businesses that employ them

The Chicago mayor’s new preparedness initiative is good, but doesn’t go far enough

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