Students randomly assigned to receive texts to remind them to complete the FAFSA while they are seniors in high school are significantly less likely to complete an AA or BA degree.
The long-awaited report of the National Commission on Social, Emotional, & Academic Development is now out and will doubtless make some waves.
Gülen-linked schools suspected of funding global political movement
Being offered federal loans increases academic and long-term success for community college attendees
On Thursday, January 24 at 5:45 pm, AEI will host a debate on the topic of whether the U.S. Supreme Court was wrong when it decided, in San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez (1973), that there is not a federal right to education.
Every year since 2010, Rick Hess and his team at AEI have ranked the university-based researchers who are doing the most to shape the conversation about education policy and practice. Rick Hess talks with with EdNext Editor-in-chief Marty West about this year’s Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings.