Will the inclusion of hearing students take the Deaf culture away from Gallaudet University? Students there are sharing their opinions on camera.
Will the inclusion of hearing students take the Deaf culture away from Gallaudet University? Students there are sharing their opinions on camera.read more
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos advocated for the creation of a tax credit to encourage donations to nonprofit scholarship organizations to allow children to attend private schools on Tuesday morning.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos advocated for the creation of a tax credit to encourage donations to nonprofit scholarship organizations to allow children to attend private schools on Tuesday morning.read more
The College Board is launching a new intiative to connect top colleges and veteran support groups to service members to help them better access education opportunities.read more
Nearly 50 civil rights and education groups created a list of civil rights principles they want Congress to include in the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act.read more
Since the bill’s proposal in March, there hasn’t been any progress on the Student Athlete Equity Act. According to experts, the NCAA will continue to stall on the issue.read more
WASHINGTON— A 30-year-old recently married medical resident who is about to graduate as an orthodontist planned to move on to a career in private practice. Instead, she and her husband are moving in with her parents and she will work in a health care corporation. The...
Veterans celebrate the 75th anniversary of the GI Bill and reflect on its history and significance in American Culture.
Two Frederick students competed Wednesday at the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Despite spelling both their words correctly, the two national spelling bee participants from North Dakota did not land a spot in the final round. Bee officials said they selected 50 finalists based on spellers’ performance in the two rounds of onstage oral spelling and a preliminary written test taken earlier in the week.
American Enterprise Institute discusses a report that says the American working class looks like those in poverty, but may be revitalized through alternative programs, rather than higher education.
WASHINGTON -- Demographics are changing in America, especially on college campuses. Today’s college students are likely to be older than in past years, working full- or part-time, and possibly a parent. They are more diverse in race and income level. Enrollment on...
WASHINGTON-Daniel Grimes hits the streets of George Washington University to talk student debt and the rising cost of tuition. Afterwards, he sits down with Colleen Campbell from the Center for American Progress to talk solutions. https://vimeo.com/295901644...
In-state tuition amounts to more than 20 percent of black and Hispanic median household incomes in almost half of the country.
African-American voters in South Carolina discuss the primary // February 29, 2020