Christopher Nellum, senior policy research analyst for ACE’s Center for Policy and Research Strategy, looks at what we can do about the problem, which has grown significantly in the years since the Great Recession.
From “The Status of Federal Student Aid Programs,” a new ACE paper that reviews the current state of Pell Grants, student borrowing and student support programs: Sources: U.S. Department of Education. n.d. The Federal Pell Grant Program End-of-Year Report, 2012–13. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education; unpublished data from the U.S. Department of Education, Office …
Despite increases in postsecondary enrollment over the past decade, Native American youth don’t always view college as an option. That’s why the University of California, San Diego is partnering with the Sycuan and Viejas tribes to promote college culture in the San Diego region.
A new report out this week from ACT and the Council for Opportunity in Education found the majority of first-generation students who take the ACT plan to attend college. However, only half of these students are academically prepared to succeed. A snapshot:
Higher education leaders from around the country gathered last week in Arlington, Virginia to discuss the progress of ACE’s Moving the Needle initiative, which is working toward the goal of women holding 50 percent of college and university presidencies by 2030. In this post, ACE member president and former ACE Fellow Angela L. Walker Franklin …
ACE was among the business, industry, higher education, science, and engineering groups yesterday issuing an urgent call to action for stronger federal policies and investment to drive domestic research and development.
Welcome to the first installment of our new Student Spotlight series, featuring the stories of students who have used ACE credit recommendations for military and corporate training.
Southern Utah University (SUU) is hoping to save its students time and tuition spent on general education requirements through a specialized new program called Jumpstart GE.