Parents: It’s time to reclaim our roles, and confidence, as the arbiters of what’s important to us when it comes to our kids’ educations. If you’re like many parents, sometime in the last month or so gave
As Yale's Office of Career Strategy explains it, "Your resume is, in a sense, an advertisement of yourself." Even if you never went to an Ivy League school, you still have the chance to benefit from a
Who wouldn't want to spend an hour or so trying to get extra cash for college? Well, pretty much any parent or student who dreads filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Families who
On Tuesday a federal judge ruled against a group of Asian American students who claimed that Harvard discriminated against them in their admissions policy. The full decision is here. There is no question
Updated at 6:45 p.m. ET A judge has ruled in favor of Harvard University in a high-profile court case centered on whether the school's admissions process forces Asian Americans to clear a higher bar to
A surge in anxiety and stress is sweeping UK campuses. What is troubling students, and is it the universities’ job to fix it? By Samira Shackle When he started working at Brunel University London 19 years
Don't let the sticker price of college paralyze you. NPR's Chris Arnold of the Life Kit podcast debunks a myth about saving for that college tuition bill that could help you save more than you think. of
Reach Higher, an initiative formerly housed within Civic Nation, is now a part of Common App, a non-profit membership organization dedicated to access, equity, and integrity in the college admission process.
Over the last decade the business school market has been disrupted by an increase in shorter, flexible, and inexpensive options. But institutions in Europe, Asia, Canada and Mexico are proving that a M.B.A.