With college costs and student debt becoming an increasingly high barrier to higher education—and with a college degree necessary for the vast majority of jobs in the U.S.—more and more lawmakers are seeking solutions.
Issue Higher Education
Educators are sounding the alarm that students have become actual targets and collateral damage in the Trump administration’s assault on immigrants.
Three US Senate candidates, Ted Strickland of Ohio, Patrick Murphy of Florida, and Katie McGinty of Pennsylvania, share their thoughts on higher education.
“I lived in a time when there were no scholarships for women who played any sport…if you were a woman and a jock, you were just out of place.
Year-round Pell Grants could help students graduate quicker, with less debt.
Educators say new legislation will prevent good teachers from being forced out the classroom
“Parents, teachers and community members across the state are saying enough is enough. Our politicians won’t fund our public schools, so we’ll do it ourselves.”
Educators take advantage of anti-testing momentum to create better learning environments for students.
Latest findings show charter transparency and accountability needed now more than ever.
Ongoing conversations with local school leaders result in educators getting more input into how to measure student growth.