Between 2015 and 2018, the number of Americans that are “confident” in the impact of higher education dropped significantly, with less than 48 percent reporting in a survey that they have a “great deal” of confidence in the system.
Communities can make a big difference in supporting their local nonprofits, whether it is through donating directly to the organization or by volunteering time or resources. Thousands of organizations rely on these monetary and time donations every year to make ends meet and to continue serving their communities.
Historically Black Colleges and Universities serve a key role in higher education and in American society, producing the largest percentage of black professionals in the field of STEM, 80 percent of black judges, and 50 percent of black lawyers, as reported by The Atlantic
ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) — Helena Miller listened to teachers, terrified to reenter classrooms, and parents, exhausted from trying to make virtual learning work at home. She heard from school officials who spent hundreds of hours on thousands of details — buses, classrooms, football, arts, special education. She spent countless nights, eyes wide open, her mind wrestling over the safety and education of the 17,000 children she swore to protect.
The Scripps National Spelling Bee will return this year in a mostly virtual format, with the in-person competition limited to a dozen finalists who will gather on an ESPN campus at Walt Disney World in Florida, Scripps announced Monday.
The Trump administration has asked Julian Schmoke, former dean at the for-profit DeVry University, to lead the student-aid enforcement unit which focuses on addressing allegations of illegal activities in higher education.
A new survey conducted by Ascent Student Loans found that more than half of college students in the U.S. are paying more than half of their total education costs, without the help of grants or other government assistance.
Ahead of college admissions, Asian American applicants are concerned with how their applications will be treated by admissions officers at Harvard, after a judge ruled that the university does not discriminate against Asian American students.