clock menu more-arrow no yes

After high school

Shared from:

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

Shared from:

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

Shared from:

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.

Shared from:

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

Shared from:

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.

Shared from:

Colorado group aims to give colleges, universities a voice

Shared from:

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

Shared from:

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

Shared from:

Tennessee’s ACT average dips for second straight year after six years of growth

Shared from:

In a data-driven world, Tennessee looks to add more statistics coursework to high school math

Shared from:

Pandemic’s impact on Colorado’s colleges creates questions about the future of part-time instructors

Shared from:

Some Detroit students need more support in college. A new team of charter schools wants to change that.

Shared from:

Schwinn, Lee ‘sound the alarm’ about learning loss while pushing for in-person classes in Tennessee

Shared from:

Applications for student aid in Illinois fell during the pandemic

Shared from:

Detroit valedictorians speak: ‘There won’t be another senior class that goes through what we went through’

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

Chalkbeat is a nonprofit newsroom dedicated to providing the information families and educators need, but this kind of work isn't possible without your help.