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'I have witnessed a climate in college admission in which increasingly students and parents — in the pursuit of college acceptance — have lost perspective about what is really important.'
The black teen had entered a chicken wing-eating contest at a high school pep rally. The Snapchat video of him contained racial slurs and insults.
Cuomo has proposed only covering the difference between tuition and students’ existing aid, meaning that those who get the most aid benefit the least from the proposal.
Alumni of Talladega College call for school’s president to reverse decision.
"Every student. Not the chosen few, the wealthy few, the privileged few, the profitable few. Every student."
New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is proposing to cover tuition for low- and middle-income students at state colleges and universities.
A group of former students at ITT Technical Institutes filed a lawsuit against the parent company to ensure participation in bankruptcy proceedings.
Emerita Ayala just graduated from George Mason University. She’s 23, and her son is 8.
Montgomery County principals describe toll of new bell times on children in the early grades.