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Indianapolis scholarship pays off college bills, giving students another shot at a degree

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Two Hispanic brothers in Denver aimed for college. Why did only one of them make it?

The Hernandez brothers’ divergent paths highlight the challenges Hispanic men face in getting into college — and in getting through.

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Dos hermanos hispanos querían ir a la universidad en Colorado. Aquí te contamos por qué solamente uno lo logró.

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High school graduation rate dips for second straight year in Tennessee

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Scholarships allowed me to graduate college debt-free. Now I’m paying it forward.

Crushing student loans don’t need to be a rite of passage.

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As Ford Motor Co. plants a new industry in West Tennessee, schools will need to feed the workforce

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‘It’s finally here’: Are colleges prepared to receive a first-year cohort shaped by COVID-19?

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Grades count more than SATs in Michigan legislation to improve college access

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Second-generation college students need support, too 

If you really want to bridge the racial wealth gap, stop asking families of color to sacrifice so much to educate their children.

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Indiana financial aid applications dip, pointing to fewer students heading to college

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Indigenous students say they need more from Colorado universities. An in-state tuition bill is a first step.

College student advocates hope legislation to grant in-state tuition to out-of-state Native American students with historical ties to Colorado has the momentum to get approved this year.

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Colorado group aims to give colleges, universities a voice

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In spite of the pandemic, Michigan’s 2020 high school grad rates ticked upward

More than a nudge: To get more students to and through college, intensive advising may be key

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‘Reinvesting in the brilliance in our backyard’: Young Denver alumni push for change

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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