EdStat: School Districts with Higher Child Poverty Levels Have Lower FAFSA Completion Rates—About 3 Percentage Points for Every 10-Percentage-Point Difference in the Child Poverty Rate
Students in relatively affluent districts are more likely to have access to the one-on-one assistance that helps students submit the FAFSA, enroll in college, and receive more financial aid.
Nat Malkus is a resident scholar in education policy at AEI.
The UNO Charter School Network, now Acero Schools, has made the transition away from the English immersion approach to educating its mostly Latino student body.
EdStat: 124 Four-Year Private Nonprofit Colleges have Closed in the Past 25 Years, According to Data from the National Center for Education Statistics
Many higher-education experts are concerned that more closures may be looming.
Education reform may be down, but it’s surely not out.
Another 330 million are in school but not learning.
When it comes to analyzing completion rates for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), it is important to address several measurement challenges.
Detailed lesson guides are an effective way to approach instructional design and an empowering way to support teachers.
Steve Peha explains why digital representations and skill mappings can’t account for the varied ways kids learn
EdStat: In 2003-04, the Percentage of Black and Hispanic Students at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology Dropped to 3.5 Percent
In 1997-98, the percentage of black and Hispanic students at TJ was at a high of 9.4 percent schoolwide.
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