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Does Admissions Testing Ignore Due Process?

Lawsuit against ACT says students are subject to a catch-22 in which they must give up their rights to demonstrate that they haven't cheated. Litigation comes amid similar challenge to the SAT.

Admissions Surge After NYU Med Goes Tuition-Free

Applications from underrepresented minority students double.

To Add Black College Students, Recruit Black Schoolteachers

Study finds long-term impact of having a black teacher in kindergarten through third grade.

Why Students Don't Fill Out the FAFSA

New federal study may alarm those concerned about encouraging more low-income students to enroll in college.

The Week in Admissions News

Unlocking aid funds; students who go hungry; immigrants who major in STEM.

What Others Are Saying in Admissions

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