College and career readiness

The proposed diploma rules would prioritize workplace readiness and create three “seals” indicating preparedness for enlistment, employment, and enrollment.

Los estudiantes que pasaron su primer año de estudios a distancia se gradúan esta primavera. Esto es lo que un estudiante de Detroit aprendió sobre la pandemia.

Millions of members of the Class of 2024 started high school online and off camera. This Denver student learned lessons she’ll carry with her to college and beyond.

“Typically at this point, all students would have financial aid packages from all their schools,” said Mark Stulberg, director of college counseling at North Star Academy’s Lincoln Park High School.

For the third year in a row, about 53% of Indiana high school graduates are going to college.

Christel House’s College and Careers program tracks and supports graduates for five years after they leave high school. Now, it’s expanding the program to four Indianapolis schools.

The state’s Latinx student population is steadily increasing but attending “increasingly hyper-segregated schools,” according to a new report from the Latino Action Network Foundation and Rutgers University Cornwall Center.

As NYC students figure out college plans, many are scrutinizing how administrators respond to campus activism.

“It's a fundamentally wrong and unfair practice,” one student said, calling it “affirmative action for the wealthy.”

The rate of Newark youth out of school and without a job is almost double the statewide rate and remains above pre-pandemic levels, according to a new report.

Studies show students who complete federal financial aid applications are far more likely to attend college.

One is participating in an intensive apprenticeship program at Bloomberg and the other dashed off 23 college applications.

El índice de solicitudes completas de FAFSA ha disminuido y las ofertas de ayuda financiera están en un limbo. Los orientadores universitarios quieren que las familias sepan que no están solas.

Completing the FAFSA is supposed to open doors to higher education. But error messages and delays could close off opportunities, counselors fear.

The state’s FAFSA completion rates have dipped from a year ago, but there’s still time to fill out the FAFSA before a key April 15 deadline.

After five years in federal prison, Stephan Young wanted to turn his life around to set an example for his 7-year-old son. He found help from the city’s reengagement center

Los padres sin número de Seguro Social ya pueden contribuir a la FAFSA. La solicitud FAFSA ayuda a los estudiantes a obtener ayuda financiera y pagar por la universidad.

Parents without Social Security numbers can now contribute to the FAFSA. But schools are still working to support families that have to manually enter financial information.

Fewer than 1 in 10 Indiana students who enroll in community college go on to earn degrees from 4-year institutions.