The resumption of work requirements for food stamp benefits and other public assistance programs could make it difficult for students to afford basic needs—and stay in school.
Three Historically Black Colleges and Universities have joined the National Education Equity Lab, a network of higher education institutions offering free college courses to low-income high school students.
A new infographic from Inside Higher Ed looks at barriers to academic success and recommends six ways faculty can better meet students’ needs.
Experts tell The Hechinger Report that racial gaps in college access, degree attainment, and wealth are growing—and could worsen amid legal challenges to affirmative action and diversity initiatives.
Teacher apprenticeship programs aim to reduce college costs, expand options for would-be teachers, fight teacher shortages, and diversify the teaching workforce.
A new report from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce highlights 10 pathway changes involving education, training, and work experience that can help young adults access good jobs by age 30.
A new report explores career-focused opportunities available to college students—programming like job shadowing, internships, cohort structures, and career coaching—and highlights the most promising approaches for colleges looking to improve students’ academic and employment outcomes.
As an alternative to pre-college remediation courses, I-BEST prepares community college students for career success by giving them the academic foundation they need alongside their degree coursework so they can move through school without delay.
A new study finds that students eligible for year-round Pell Grants had higher degree attainment rates and earnings than students who could not access the grants for summer sessions.
Social connections and networks can be highly beneficial when navigating college and pursuing career opportunities, but Black learners and workers tend to have less awareness of, and access to, professional social capital. A new framework outlines a vision for change.
In their commitment to creating environments where international students can flourish, U.S. colleges are establishing support programs with an eye toward reducing common cultural and academic hurdles.
To support college students dealing with unforeseen expenses, a network called the FAST Fund is equipping faculty, staff, and unions at several dozen institutions to quickly distribute emergency aid when students turn to their professors for assistance.