The application process is becoming a requirement for high school graduation in some Texas districts, with encouraging results.
New Web site raises uncomfortable questions about which institutions enroll those with the most financial need.
As more states consider the test as part of high school assessment programs, policy experts see results but urge caution.
Congressional advisory panel launches study to explore programs to help low- and moderate-income students graduate.
This year's headlines aren't only deceptive, but they may be needlessly discouraging students, many experts say.
Presidents also approve review of why baseball players are struggling academically.
Students' preparation for college and work require the same learning ingredients, ACT report finds, but states are failing the grade.
Colleges are angered to be told by new college guide that if they don't take out ads, they will get blank pages.
Educators consider how to make high schools more rigorous so low-income students can qualify for new federal grants for college.
Teach For America sees record number of applicants, and is becoming more competitive than many top law schools.
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