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Advocates say a recent wave of migrants and refugees to southeast Michigan have brought new students to Detroit schools. Here are the steps the district is taking to meet their needs in the short- and long-term.
Un problema técnico está causando dificultades para completar el formulario de FAFSA de los estudiantes con padres indocumentados. Ahora hay un par de alternativas—y el arreglo llegará en un par de semanas.
A paper FAFSA may be a good option for students who haven’t been able to complete the online application who have pressing financial aid submission deadlines.
Students say hands-on help has been crucial for navigating FAFSA challenges. But school counselors can’t help parents without Social Security numbers until federal officials fix a critical issue.
Supporters say it will help more teens see college as an option. But skeptics say it might create another barrier.
One proposal would let students use the money to pay for driver’s licenses so they can commute to job sites.
Barely a quarter of students who graduated high school in 2012 had earned a degree 10 years later.
State leaders want to make sure all students have the opportunity to earn 30 college credits in high school.
About 30% of the district's Class of 2015 finished their degree in four years
The new program’s associate degrees will be at no cost to most students. If they continue to earn a four-year degree, their costs will be capped at $10,000.
The share of students earning degrees on time has also grown over the last five years, the state reported.
Pueblo Community College has tried to help adults make college work with their busy lives.
From Sept. 25 to 29, 36 colleges and universities in the state will have no application fee.
Researchers say CTE programs should be multifaceted, offering students opportunities to explore career paths, connections to employers, and paths to a two-year degree.
As the number of English language learners grows in the state, Perry Township tries a new diploma track.
About 400 fewer Indiana high school graduates in the class of 2021 went to college than in the class of 2020.
The scholarship program was announced during a college decision day event in Battle Creek.
‘We are going to make this right,’ Denver school board Vice President Auon’tai Anderson said.