The portrayal that the EB-5 program only benefits real estate companies with big projects in urban cities is a mischaracterization.
The Office of Head Start estimates that implementing new standards without new funding would require cutting access for more than 126,000 children and families.
Americans should enjoy the opportunity to easily apply for and receive timely, clear information about federal grants and loans for college.
We need to make sure that students of all backgrounds have the skills and opportunities to pursue a career in STEM– Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
“Free tuition” is different from “free college,” which is different from “debt free.”
The Republican candidates have, to date, been almost non-existent on this issue.
Every school year the national media is inundated with stories of liberal bias from campuses around the nation.
The new overtime regulation will increase the overtime salary threshold to $50,440 per year by 2016.
What happens when colleges and universities no longer consider race in their admissions process at all?
ESEA, originally signed into law in 1965 by President Johnson, was intended to bring equal opportunity to education.