A sampling of Hechinger reporting for The New York Times’s Learning section
Many schools are trying strategies from the business world to stay afloat
Results are mixed, but suggest that making these tests optional is improving diversity on campus
Economist estimates that three-fourths of white students who are athletes, legacies, big donors or faculty children would have been rejected
New federal data reveals schools where more than half of students default on their loans. Will the government take action?
Anxious about diversity and their bottom lines, more schools offer money to the middle
Fewer than one in five students who go part time will graduate within even eight years
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In lieu of regulating universities, Trump administration encourages them to furnish students with information on expenses and results — but some of the data is inaccurate
Simulations by researchers find that the most cost effective way to raise college education levels in America would be to increase taxpayer spending at public universities