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MOOCs haven't stolen students away from brick-and-mortar universities. Instead, they've become a genre of their own.
A study finds that students who had saved between $1 and $500 were four times more likely to graduate than students with no savings at all.
The companies that create the most important exams also publish textbooks that contain many of the answers. Low-income school districts can't afford to buy them.
House Republicans propose giving eligible students the flexibility to access all of their Pell Grant money at once. Would that reform raise graduation rates?
Federal financial-aid programs usually cover only 12 credit hours per semester. That automatically puts students on a five-year graduation path.
When schools reopen this fall, demographic changes will have tipped the balance to nonwhite students.
The authors of Community Colleges and the Access Effec t argue that low expectations and the push to create more college graduates could doom community colleges.
The Next America explores the political, economic and social impacts of profound racial and cultural change facing our nation. On Monday, it features education coverage. Email us with ideas and feedback.