Earlier this month, Gallup and Strada Education Network reported on what people regret about their college choices. It found those who earned bachelor's degrees were more likely to regret their chosen field of study than those who earned associate,...
The president signed an executive order aimed at expanding federal apprenticeship programs and allowing the use of federal aid to finance them.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh last week launched a new college-affordability program for city high school graduates, enabling low-income students to complete four-year degrees without paying tuition or mandatory fees.
Faith-based schools play an integral role in upending the inequality at-risk students face, argues John Schoenig of the University of Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education.
The skills needed for technical careers have changed significantly, and school and adult education programs need to do more to support evolving technical education, according to a sizeable new report on career education by the National Academies of Sciences,...
The state hopes to put students on more promising pathways by dispatching college and career coaches to middle and high schools in 34 counties.
Some experts and educators argue that better assessments are needed to determine whether students have the necessary skills to succeed in the workplace.
A survey added to the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery aims to match test-takers to jobs based on interest, rather than personality.
The SAT’s long dominance in college admission testing has slipped, but it’s still a horse race, according to experts.