Law and policy

The unseen obstacles facing undocumented college students

What will happen to immigrant students post-DACA?

Finding a good preschool isn’t easy: Try it.

Here’s what it’s like to be a parent trying to enroll your child in high-quality, affordable preschool

Segregation incarnated in brick and mortar

Where charter schools are built shows our commitment to integration

The United States Capitol. A House bill to revamp the Higher Education Act has moved out of committee for debate, while the Senate is still discussing reform ideas in committee.

OPINION: To succeed in tomorrow’s workforce, today’s students need equity-driven policy

How high-quality data can drive reauthorization of the Higher Education Act

A rally at the state capitol in Phoenix, Arizona.

TEACHER VOICE: Is Arizona next? Fed-up educators learn from actions in West Virginia, Kentucky and Oklahoma

‘Teachers are working two, three, sometimes even four jobs just to make ends meet’

The new convocation center at Xavier University is seen in New Orleans, Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. Student Landan Moore says Xavier is his dream school.

A college scholarship meant to help low-income, black students now serves mostly white, middle-class kids

Not TOPS anymore? Louisiana may cut scholarship program that used to be a national model

Who benefits from research on racial disparities?

The other side of the coin of inequality that we need to confront

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The United States Capitol. A House bill to revamp the Higher Education Act has moved out of committee for debate, while the Senate is still discussing reform ideas in committee.

If this bill passes, college affordability would go from bad to worse, experts say

House Republicans’ proposal would cut back loans, tighten repayment options and let for-profit colleges become 100 percent federally funded

OPINION: Why Thomas Jefferson would be proud of Florida’s students

Informed citizenship is the reason we created public schools in America

UNITED STATES - FEBRUARY 19: Washington, D.C., area students and supporters protest against gun violence with a lie-in outside of the White House on Monday, Feb. 19, 2018, after 17 people were killed in a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., last week.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas students give legislators a civics lesson

By engaging in civil disobedience to create change, they are schooling the rest of us

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