Postsecondary & Workforce

The Other Branch: Exploring Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard

This is the third post of a four-part series focusing on high-profile court cases with interesting implications for national education...

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Student Debt: Where States Are Stepping In to Educate Through Financial Literacy Programs

Recent media coverage of the 2020 presidential candidates’ stances on student debt and postsecondary affordability highlights approaches...

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Elevating Student Voice in Policy Through Campus Climate Surveys

This post is a collaboration with Lupe Lamadrid, senior policy analyst at the Louisiana Board of Regents. States are using a variety of...

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College-Bound Students’ Views on Paying for College

This guest post comes from Gregory Kienzl, principal strategist, and Michelle Croft, principal research associate, of ACT, a valued partner...

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Strong Start to Finish: Connecting and Collaborating to Improve Student Success

“Strong Start to Finish enables colleges to think deeply about their structure and the experiences they are designing for students to...

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Addressing Campus Safety Through State Policy

Safety on college and university campuses continues to be a topic on the minds of legislators: Since the beginning of the year, we have...

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Building Awareness and Policy Supports for Foster Youth Educational Success

As May draws to a close, so does National Foster Care Month. The more than 440,000 youths who are currently in foster care — and the...

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Making Sense of State Governance Structures in Postsecondary Education

We recently released a comprehensive set of resources related to state postsecondary governance structures. Given the complexity of the...

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Hidden No More: Addressing Student Homelessness in Postsecondary Education

Seventeen percent of postsecondary students surveyed by The Hope Center in 2018 say they experienced homelessness at some point that year;...

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Knowledge and Strategies to Address the Top Education Policy Issues in Your State

UPDATED We’re less than two months away from the National Forum on Education Policy — (have you registered?) — and I want to share a...

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