Millions took out student loans for programs they did not complete. For some, debt cancellation would be life-changing. For others, it would hardly make a dent.
A generation of students may be weighing the value of college versus its cost, questioning whether college is still the ticket to the middle class.
New research finds companies are starting to rely less on the college filter in hiring. But it remains an obstacle to opportunity for many.
A verbal reprimand, Justice Neil M. Gorsuch wrote for a unanimous court, is itself a form of free speech.
And then there’s Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Flick that pen, Joe.
In a speech on Monday, the first lady will acknowledge that her signature legislative initiative is “no longer” in the Democrats’ spending bill.
Total undergraduate enrollment has dropped by about 1.2 million students since the fall of 2019, researchers say.
Training programs like Year Up can rescue people like Fred Mutsinzi — but they aren’t cheap.
What does it mean now that cryptocurrency has joined proper society?
Expanded tuition assistance remains an option for the budget bill, but how much it would help students — and economic competitiveness — remains to be seen.
And the left should start.
As long as schools brag about their low admission rates, campus diversity initiatives will always be about tweaking around the edges.
Women are overrepresented in low-paying professions that require college credentials.
Sending the first lady back into the classroom puts weight behind President Biden’s promise that his administration can get students safely back into in-person learning this fall.
It was unclear how much money, if any, was disbursed to the suspicious students. The federal Education Department said it was investigating the suspected fraud.
Verda Tetteh, 17, was awarded the scholarship during the graduation ceremony at her Massachusetts high school. Moments later, she returned it and said it should go to a student who needed it more.
For Biden’s community college plan to work, students are going to need a holistic system of support, not just free tuition.
President Biden’s proposal calls for community college to be free for all Americans, which may relieve some of the burdens saddling low-income and working-class college students.
A federal solution has to account for states that vary widely in how much they charge for tuition.
The proposed American Families Plan would expand access to education and child care. It would be financed partly through higher taxes on the wealthiest Americans.
The community colleges largely serving low-income, Black and Latino students are reeling, and experts worry that inequality in education will increase.
A task force assembled by M.I.T. examined how technology has changed, and will change, the work force.
Some low-income students have dropped out, and there are growing concerns about hunger and homelessness.
When it is safe enough to return to school, young children would benefit the most. Yet financial pressures are pushing colleges to reopen most rapidly, an economist says.
For its final season about junior college football, the Netflix series looks at a commuter college in a gentrifying city where many of the players can’t afford to live.
The world needs you. Here’s your chance.
Matthew Hubbard, a mathematics professor in Oakland, Calif., said his emails to Phuc Bui Diem Nguyen, a Vietnamese-American college freshman, were both a “mistake” and “offensive.”
The tradeoff: full federal funding for expanded Medicaid and unemployment aid, while states fund early childhood programs and infrastructure.