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Oct 16, 2012
Today the nonpartisan New America Foundation is out with a report that suggests changes to income-based loan repayment rules are benefiting high-income, high-debt students.
Oct 11, 2012
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley says state college funding should be tied to graduation rates and whether grads get jobs.
Oct 8, 2012
Grinnell is a very small liberal arts college in Iowa with a very big endowment: $1.4 billion. Why the financially sound institution is looking at how to control future costs.
Oct 3, 2012
There are more than five million teachers in this country, but layoffs have forced many to rethink their careers. Michael Kane recently married another out-of-work teacher; they're living with his parents in Ohio.
Oct 1, 2012
As the Supreme Court considers affirmative action, businesses are weighing in -- in favor. They say it creates a diverse, educated workforce.
Sep 28, 2012
Overall enrollment in graduate programs fell almost 2 percent last year. Debra Stewart from the Council of Graduate Schools tells us why and which program is bucking the trend.
Sep 27, 2012
There’s a new report out today from the Pew Research Center with some startling statistics on student loan debt: It’s rising sharply in the U.S.
Sep 21, 2012
Eduardo de Varona retired early from teaching, after 21 years. He says he was "fed up."
Sep 20, 2012
States across the country are trying to make it easier to fire ineffective teachers by changing the tenure process. But some people are still wondering... what does K-12 tenure mean?
Sep 19, 2012
The seven days that schools were closed in Chicago felt more like an eternity to parents who had to find childcare during the teacher strike. Kai checks in with Sheila Coleman, whose 12-year-old daughter was actually happy to return to school Wednesday.