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Life after graduation: How do you build a financial future?

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 1, 2017
Share your nuggets of wisdom with the class of 2017.
What do you wish someone had told you before you entered the real world?
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From Donald Trump to Sheryl Sandberg: what they want graduates to know about success

by Jana Kasperkevic May 13, 2017
It's that time of year, again. Celebrities, politicians and business leaders are dispensing advice through commencement speeches. Here are some highlights.
President Donald Trump has said he would renegotiate trade deals to benefit U.S. workers.
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The Big Book

Does college fail grads in the workplace?

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 19, 2016
Author Jeffrey J. Selingo tells parents and kids "There Is Life After College" with his aptly-named book.
News interns run out with the ruling regarding same-sex marriage from the U.S. Supreme Court June 26, 2015 in Washington, DC. 
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College grads are moving out-of-state for work

by Jessica Jardine Mar 31, 2016
Not even expensive housing can stop the flow of newly-minted graduates.
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The surprising power of the ninth grade

by Amy Scott Oct 16, 2015
Chicago public schools have boosted graduation rates by focusing on freshman year.

College graduation rates skewed by income

by Tim Fitzsimons Feb 5, 2015
Only one-fifth of students from the poorest families finish college by age 24.
Learning Curve

Using data to head off high school dropouts

by Adriene Hill Nov 12, 2014
'Early Warning Systems' are changing how schools identify – and help – high-risk students.

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Report finds low graduation rates, but high federal aid

by Sally Herships Jun 18, 2014
A report identifies colleges where most students drop out, many drowning in debt.
Oh Really?

The best advice for grads? Screw up.

by Lizzie O'Leary May 30, 2014
Welcome to "the college of life"

High-school graduation rate hits 80 percent for first time

by Sarah Gardner Apr 28, 2014
High school graduation rates in the U.S. have reached 80 percent. What was done to raise the rate, and how valuable is the degree that more teenagers are getting?