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1.1 million last school year
Less than half of people between 14 and 24 said they’ve been bullied, down from 56 percent in 2011
Why the rise of online interviews and tours is good and bad news for college applicants.
Still getting more expensive, but not as quickly
No timeframe on when the ban, which also applies to independent student groups, will be lifted
Researchers worry that 15 percent of America’s young adults will become an economic burden on their communities
Program will focus on women’s rights for high school and college students
As we head into college application season, here’s what not to do.
It’s rated highly for value, less so for rigor and quality
Horace Mann is investigating who sent out false information to an applicant’s schools
Coached through college: professional motivators decrease dropout rates
Unexpected work stoppage strands thousands of students