A bill would incentivize universities to enroll more in-state students who benefit from a Colorado merit aid program, in exchange for enrolling more out-of-state students who pay higher tuition.
Legislation to auto-enroll eligible students in 21st Century Scholars would mean spending less time trying to enroll students and more time on their success, officials say.
High school seniors would have until April 15 to fill out the form or get a waiver. Advocates said the bill would make completing the form go from happenstance to a conscious decision.
Funding debate dashes hopes of creating a first generation-serving designation for Colorado colleges
Colorado lawmakers pulled the bill before it went to a vote on the House floor.
Colorado leaders want to offer two years of free college to students entering teaching, nursing, firefighting, and other professions struggling to find enough workers.
Colorado College said the rankings go against the school’s values.
Adjunct faculty want Colorado to someday address the low pay, no benefits, and little say they have in the classroom.
College Goal Sunday event offers in-person FAFSA help around Indiana.
As ASA College prepares to shut its doors after years of controversy, New York continues to shell out tuition subsidies to for-profit colleges — at rates higher than any other state.
Los datos muestran que los graduados tienen menos probabilidades de reincidir. Eso también significa menos costos para la sociedad.
Colorado lawmakers want a designation for first generation serving colleges. What does that mean for students?
Students who are the first in their families to go to college face an uphill road. Would designating certain schools first-generation-serving institutions help them reach their goals?
El costo no tiene por qué ser un obstáculo para obtener un diploma en ciencias o ingeniería. La Colorado School of Mines está haciendo más para ayudar a los estudiantes de pocos ingresos a alcanzar sus sueños.
Students and faculty shared similar stories about the professor’s problematic behavior during a campus visit by state reviewers last fall.
A Colorado bill seeks to help people in prison get a college education.
Even before the pandemic, community colleges were seeing declines in enrollments for older adults and recent high school graduates, despite growth in dually enrolled high school students.
Colorado’s higher education strategic plans wants better pathways to jobs for students, more support
Colorado’s new strategic plan wants higher education to pave the way for students to get good jobs that earn them better wages.
‘The right thing to do:’ Indiana considers in-state tuition for students without legal U.S. residency
Similar proposals have been brought in past legislative sessions without success.
More Black and Hispanic Colorado residents hold a college degree even though the state as a whole lost some ground, according to a new report.
Digital literacy, high school diploma programs for adults who haven’t finished high school could get boost from two Colorado bills
Colorado bills would fund more adult education to produce more educated workers and train more people for hard-to-fill jobs.
In 2020, the most recent data available, just 13.4% of the Colorado School of Mines’ 2020 freshman class had Pell Grants.
Colorado college and university leaders say state funding is falling behind despite recent increases
Colorado’s higher education leaders requested more money to help meet inflationary pressures and get students to graduation.
Democrats call the proposal ‘a step in the wrong direction’
The bill would establish savings accounts for vocational training, and require high schools to hold career fairs.
CUNY reached a major milestone in the fall, when the city’s university system phased out the last of its non-credit-bearing remedial classes at its community colleges.
Gov. Kathy Hochul’s proposals showed a deeper commitment to addressing how the pandemic impacted students both academically and mentally.
Illinois Gov. J. B. Pritzker promises preschool expansion, free college tuition for working families in second term
In his inauguration speech, the governor said he would make college tuition free for working-class families and expand preschool to all Illinois families.
Polis proposes in 2023-24 providing free training for jobs in education, health care, and construction trades.
Kindergarten families can activate their NYC Scholarship Accounts in January. Here’s how to grow the $100 seed money and how communities can raise more money to help kids go to college.
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Education issues the Colorado legislature may address in 2023 include youth mental health, school safety, and teacher shortages.
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