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Education Department Limits Emergency Aid Causing College Access Advocates to Worry

by | June 22, 2020 The U.S. Department of Education has officially excluded students ineligible for federal financ Read more

Education Department Officially Bars Emergency Pandemic Aid to Undocumented Students

| June 12, 2020
The Department of Education on Thursday formally issued a rule, which was earlier a guidance, b [...] Read more

Report: To Ensure Equity, Prioritize CARES Act Aid for Public Colleges

by Lois Elfman | June 7, 2020
While the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is felt throughout higher education, a report from th [...] Read more

Report: Undocumented Students Generated $133 Million in Emergency Aid, but They Won’t Receive a Penny

by Pearl Stewart | May 18, 2020
An estimated half-million undocumented students enrolled in colleges and universities generated [...] Read more

New Department of Education Sexual Assault Investigation Rules Spark Controversy

by | May 6, 2020
The Department of Education on Wednesday issued much-awaited final regulations on how campuses [...] Read more

More Than 70 Groups Ask Congress for $250 Billion to Fund State Education

by | May 5, 2020
As states contend with the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, a coalition of more than 70 org [...] Read more

Pandemic Causes High School Seniors to Reassess College Decisions, Says Survey

by Pearl Stewart | April 12, 2020
As all sectors of society grapple with life under COVID-19, high school seniors planning to att [...] Read more

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Loosens Accreditor and State Oversight

by | November 1, 2019
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced the finalized rule for accreditation and stat [...] Read more

Study: Debt Load Disparities Hamper K-12 Teacher Diversity

by | July 9, 2019
A new Center for American Progress report finds that the disproportionate student loan debt bur [...] Read more

Report: U.S. Degree-Attainment Disparities Persist

| June 27, 2019
College-degree attainment rates have improved over the past decade in the United States, with t [...] Read more

Report Targets Racial Disparities in Maternal and Infant Mortality

by Pearl Stewart | May 5, 2019
African-American women are dying from preventable pregnancy-related complications at three to f [...] Read more

Experts Say Reauthorized HEA Must Promote Equity

| March 1, 2019
Institutional accountability and effective federal-state partnerships are keys to improving hig [...] Read more

Higher Ed Observers Slam Federal Reprieve for For-Profit Accreditor

| November 27, 2018
While a major accreditor of for-profit schools has won a conditional reprieve from Secretary of [...] Read more

Report Puts Focus on Mental Health Services for Asian Americans

by Lydia Lum | October 16, 2018
A new report lists multiple ways in which lawmakers and other thought leaders across the countr [...] Read more

Study: Black and Hispanic Students Get Lower Return on Higher Ed Investment

by Sammy G. Allen | May 25, 2018
Black and Hispanic graduates would have received 1 million more bachelor’s degrees between 20 [...] Read more
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