It’s getting more difficult for low-income students to climb the economic ladder as the college graduation gap between the rich and poor grows.
While more students from all backgrounds are finishing college, the […]
Cuts in state budgets are putting the nation’s college-completion agenda in jeopardy, says a new report by the Education Policy Center at the University of Alabama.
The center surveyed members of the National […]
This is a question that I hear all the time. And you know what? Very few high school students really know what they want to do when they grow up.
When I was growing […]
The number of Indian students enrolled in higher education including graduate programs is roughly 100,000, second to China’s nearly 200,000, but more than Korea’s. Almost 1/4 of all international students in the […]
Global Citizenship and the University: Advancing Social Life and Relations in an Interdependent World
Worldwide immigration, the rise of globalization and its challenges to the nation-state, and supranational documents such as the United Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (2007) are among the important factors […]
Some very selective colleges don’t use score choice. Why not?
There are potentially two issues that the colleges are looking at when they request all scores be sent. One is the simply issue of how […]