The Education Testing Service announced Monday that it has begun providing electronic certificates to test takers documenting their performance on the ETS Proficiency Profile and iSkills tests.
The college fund has updated its memorable tagline to stress the value of African-American education.
Americans embrace the link between higher education and workforce preparation and appreciate the breadth that higher education provided to its graduates as a value added.
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The Lumina Foundation for Education’s “A Stronger Nation” report reveals that the U.S. is not on track of having 60 percent of Americans hold degrees by the year 2025.
Class inequality is getting more attention than race as a barrier to opportunity in higher education.
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