Teach For America sees record number of applicants, and is becoming more competitive than many top law schools.
Study finds surprising correlations between certain extracurricular activities and college admissions -- and Bourdieu may have provided explanations.
Lloyd Thacker's reform movement -- previously viewed as too idealistic -- gains support from presidents and foundations. It just might have legs.
For one DePaul professor, art is outside the box, and outside the classroom.
U.S. civil rights panel takes up K-12 cases, which many say will have reverberations throughout higher education.
Groups that help Latino youth prepare for college shut out of Education Department competition for grant funds.
New research examines women in the professoriate and the impact of athletics on academic performance.
By revoking admission of applicants who goof off late in high school, U. of Washington hopes to do small part to fight "senioritis."
Towson University, facing a gender gap, starts admissions program for those with high SAT scores and lower grades.
College Board admits test-prep can boost writing scores, suggests complaints about test length will get no relief.
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