The AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center at Georgia Tech is one of the only braille production centers in the U.S. that caters to blind and visually impaired college students.
Youth unemployment has fallen by nearly half since 2010, and fewer young people are looking for work.
Education policy experts generally agree that it costs more to teach kids living in poverty. They come into school at a disadvantage, often need support services and it’s harder to attract good teachers to high-poverty schools. The Urban Institute is out with new data Wednesday looking at which states spend more money on those schools. […]
Pearson, the global education publisher, announced a nearly $3.3 billion loss for 2016. It’s struggling, as many traditional publishers are, with big shifts in the way college kids buy (or don’t buy) textbooks. According to the National Association of College Stores, spending on course materials has fallen 14 percent in the last 10 years. Students […]
A group of friends at Dalton State College talk about racial tensions and American pride.
The so-called traditional college student is in the minority.
Teacher shortages are significant in special education, math and science.
Students and taxpayers may find themselves stuck as for-profit schools close.
From stores to a bank and radio station — in Enterprise City, kids run it all.
New data shows more than 3 million borrowers have defaulted on their loans.