Higher education has reached a tipping point in America.
Today, 43 percent of students entering community colleges wind up without a credential of any kind.
Head Start is how their children get all the services they will need in the coming months or years before they formally enter school.
Obama and former Secretary Duncan took on the difficult task, over the objections of APSCU, of cleaning up the mess left by the deregulatory efforts of the previous administration.
ESSA clearly provides more authority to states and local school districts to make key education decisions, and that’s a good thing.
Today just 50 percent of community college students can claim a tax credit.
Last summer, the Republican House passed the DARK Act, which would prevent Vermont from implementing its law.
Federal statistics show 19 to 26 percent of all college freshmen are identified as needing remedial courses.
Young people entering the workforce with only a high school diploma (or less) likely will spend their lives stuck in low-wage jobs.
The annual GDP of India is 1.8 trillion; however, only 3.9 per cent of it goes to the education system.