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Racial Equity Considerations in FAFSA Completion Policies

In an effort to support students’ transition to postsecondary education, many states are considering  policies that would make FAFSA...

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Iowa Explores Universal FAFSA Completion

In early 2021, staffers at Iowa College Aid planned a series of virtual convenings to elicit a range of perspectives and strategies on...

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An Inside Look at FAFSA Completion as a Graduation Requirement

For the past several legislative sessions, state leaders interested in increasing high school seniors’ FAFSA completion rates have...

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States Move to Require the FAFSA for High School Graduation

High school students in three states — Illinois, Louisiana and Texas — already or will soon face a new graduation requirement:...

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More Than One Path Leads to High School Graduation

High school graduation requirements are constantly in flux, and the latest approach gaining traction in states is what I call “Carnegie...

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How Mobility Impacts School Graduation Rates: What the data tell us

This post is a guest post by Jessica Shopoff, M. Ed., Accountability Specialist at K12 Inc. It’s that time of year again – when new...

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Making the Grad-Rate Meaningful (Part 3)

This is part three of a three-part series on Student Centered Accountability. See part 1 (Fourth Year and Understanding Mobility) and part...

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Making Every Student Count, Every Year (Part 2)

This post is a guest post by Chase E. Eskelsen, M.Ed., Project Manager of National Academic Policy at K12 Inc. This is part two of a...

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Student Centered Accountability: Grad Rate – Fourth Year and Understanding Mobility (Part 1)

This post is a guest post by Chase E. Eskelsen, M.Ed., Project Manager of National Academic Policy at K12 Inc. This is part one of a...

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(College) Ready or Not, Here Comes ESSA!

 The latest reauthorization of the ESEA, the Every Student Succeeds Act, or ESSA, provides a great deal of testing flexibility to states....

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