There aren't enough seats at 4-year universities for qualified students. How can the state meet the rising demand?
Some students looking for merit aid and other scholarships still seek tutoring and other help to prepare.
Test prep has been a lucrative part of the college admissions business for decades. That might be changing.
Harvard's Michael Sandel says a lottery conveys "what is true in any case: that luck matters as much as effort in admission."
Many colleges waived their standardized test requirements because of the pandemic, opening the gates for more students to apply.
In his new book, Jeff Selingo looks at how some colleges must compete for applicants, and why the COVID-19 pandemic could make this competition even tighter.
The court order could start to dent the test prep business if more colleges drop the exams.
Fierce competition for university spots has led to an increase in "cram schools."
The College Board is introducing an adversity score on the SAT.