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In Praise of the SAT

It is time to bring back the SAT.

Congress Passes FAFSA Formula Fix

Congress moved Thursday to fix an error in the legislation overhauling the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, days after...

Ohio Colleges Reassess ‘Race-Based’ Scholarships

Ohio University announced Monday that it was “temporarily pausing” race-based diversity scholarships in light of last summer’s Supreme Court ruling...

Latinos Underrepresented at Selective Privates

Latino students have been continuously underrepresented at selective private colleges and universities, according to a new report by the Education...
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Transfers on the Rise

A new report shows the number of students transferring grew last fall, especially among disadvantaged groups, a tentatively hopeful sign to higher ed experts.

Higher Education in a ‘Post-Generational Society’: Key Podcast

What would postsecondary education look like in a world where true lifelong learning—people engaging in education or training at many...
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The Future of Testing Is Anything but Standardized

Colleges are beginning to solidify their post-pandemic testing policies. Conclusions on the best path forward have been disparate and, at times, contradictory.

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Rethinking Grad Admissions in a Post-SFFA World

Nick Eubank writes that a mission-derived rubric can help programs admit students with a wide range of life experiences.