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New study stresses importance of talking about higher education well before it's time to start applying.
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor reported an acceptance rate of 27.4 percent. It was really 89.1 percent.
Two new Harvard papers indicate outreach to low-income students in the summer before college can have a significant impact on whether they enroll.
Even high school valedictorians from lower-income backgrounds generally fail to enroll in top colleges, a study finds.
A new study by a Stanford-affiliated researcher questions several assertions made by advocates for the Advanced Placement exam.
York College of Pennsylvania is latest to admit that it wasn't submitting correct numbers. In this case, "special admits" were left out of the calculation.
W. Kent Barnds offers advice for those trying to switch into admissions from other professions.
Study suggests that there's a way for top colleges to attract and enroll more low-income, high-achieving applicants, and that the methods to do so are inexpensive. So why isn't this strategy being used?
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