Resources for teachers and counselors As a teacher or counselor, you know what it’s like to be a resource for students and parents when it comes to life after high school, and you know what it’s like to feel a responsibility for helping them.
A College Major Matters Even More in a Recession By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER June 20, 2014 Graduating into a recession is unlucky. The bad luck haunts young people for years, studies have shown, affecting their sa
Stasia Dozier, a rising 10th grade South Carolina GEAR UP student from Creek Bridge High School recently was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation at the South Carolina GEAR UP Superintendent Appreciation Dinne
U.S. Department of Education sent this bulletin at 06/19/2014 03:48 PM EDT News From ED Header Bookmark and Share The Class of 2014 is coming! This year’s Presidential Scholars will soon be arriving in Washin
Some newly minted college graduates struggle to find work. Others accept jobs for which they feel overqualified. Student debt, meanwhile, has topped $1 trillion. It’s enough to create a wave of questions abou
Elizabeth Morgan, Director of External Relations First Lady Michelle Obama told high school seniors in San Antonio on Friday that U.S. competitiveness in the global economy depends on their success in higher ed
By Eric Kelderman The percentage of American adults with a college degree grew 0.7 percent from 2011 to 2012, according to a report on college attainment released on Tuesday by the Lumina Foundation. That sma