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EARLY & ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, PREK-12 EDUCATION, HIGHER EDUCATION and LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES PROJECT

How EarlyEdU Alliance is Increasing Access to Higher Ed Programs for ECE Teachers

The EarlyEdU Alliance seeks to increase access to high-quality bachelor’s degrees in early childhood education.

EARLY & ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, PREK-12 EDUCATION, HIGHER EDUCATION and LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES PROJECT
How EarlyEdU Alliance is Increasing Access to Higher Ed Programs for ECE Teachers

The EarlyEdU Alliance seeks to increase access to high-quality bachelor’s degrees in early childhood education.


HIGHER EDUCATION
What Would Tax Reform Mean for Universities?

The GOP tax overhaul includes a provision to tax earnings from large endowments - but which schools would be affected?


HIGHER EDUCATION
Revised Data Shows Community Colleges Have Been Underappreciated

A new federal graduation rate definition changes our perception of community colleges' success with their students.


HIGHER EDUCATION
Perkins Borrowers: Up a Creek Without A Paddle?

Recent data shows a high proportion of Perkins borrowers are taking on the maximum Stafford loans.


HIGHER EDUCATION
Nearly 2/3rds of Public U's Have Become Less Accessible Since 1990s

The vast majority of selective public universities have become less accessible since the late 1990s.


HIGHER EDUCATION and CENTER ON EDUCATION & SKILLS
Targeting the Labor Market with Free College

It's time to combine two of the hottest topics in higher education: free college and apprenticeship.


HIGHER EDUCATION
Keeping Score: The Changing Demographics of Federal Aid Recipients

HIGHER EDUCATION
Income Share Agreements Aren’t a Solution to Student Debt

Companies are pitching a novel solution to student loans: future income sharing agreements. But they may present new problems for borrowers.


HIGHER EDUCATION
Chetty vs. Pell: What’s the Best Way to Measure a College’s Commitment to Low-Income Students?

Higher education researchers often use Pell as a proxy for the low-income students a school serves. The reality is more complicated.


HIGHER EDUCATION
A Star Is Born: The College Scorecard’s Latest Feature Is Great News for Students

The Department of Education launched a new feature where students can compare up to 10 different colleges across a host of data measures.


HIGHER EDUCATION
Cohort Default Rates for 2014, In Four Charts

Overall, 580,671 out of 5,047,954 borrowers who entered repayment in 2014 defaulted on their student loans by the end of 2017.


HIGHER EDUCATION and LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES PROJECT
Fifth Time’s the Charm? Congress Reintroduces College Textbook Bill

A bill to expand the use of OER on campuses has been introduced by Congress for the fifth time.