After high school

College-going rates among high schoolers continue to fall — and not just because of the pandemic, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education said.
More than 400 high school students graduated Tuesday from IPS’ Arsenal Tech.
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The first-of-its-kind curriculum was meant to teach student students about urban planning and how to advocate for their neighborhoods.
District officials say high school internships allow students to get a head start on career exploration, years before they have to choose a major or job.
For the first time, employment rates and median wages after high school will start to factor into how Indiana gauges school performance. But the data isn’t complete.
A bill in the Colorado legislature would provide $91 million to expand and create programs like those at Colorado Mountain College to tailor degrees to jobs.
Fewer metro Detroit high school graduates are enrolling in college or training programs, a trend that could affect employers’ ability to fill jobs.
Colleges should embrace ‘a dramatically different system of learning.’
For the third year in a row, the Indiana legislature is considering a bill that would require students to fill out the federal financial aid application.
This year, Chalkbeat Indiana is expanding its coverage of higher education in partnership with Open Campus — and we need your help.
Indy Achieves gives “completion grants” to local college students at Ivy Tech’s Indianapolis campus and IUPUI so they can re-enroll in higher education.
The Hernandez brothers’ divergent paths highlight the challenges Hispanic men face in getting into college — and in getting through.
Crushing student loans don’t need to be a rite of passage.
If you really want to bridge the racial wealth gap, stop asking families of color to sacrifice so much to educate their children.
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.
Coalition of colleges seeks to improve Colorado state funding, narrow graduation inequities, and improve job prospects for students.
COVID is highlighting the downsides of losing face-to-face contact in many aspects of life, including education, just as more and more research underscores how critical school relationships can be to students’ success.
Ednium wants the school district to require students to take courses in ethnic studies and financial literacy.
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