A report by the Center for American Progress found that Black and Latinx educators are more likely to borrow federal student loans than White educators, resulting in higher debt coupled with more difficulty paying off the loans. 

A recent report from the ACT Center for Equity in Learning shows that high school students aren’t scoring well when it comes to knowledge of financial aid for college.  

This month a report released by the National Conference of State Legislatures highlights several sobering statistics about incarcerated people and the impact postsecondary programs have in prisons:

The Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University released a new dataset showing how college campuses would change if students at the top 200 colleges were admitted only based on the highest SAT scores. 

When states decrease investment in public higher education, fewer bachelor's degrees are awarded, according to a study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research.  

The RW Jones Agency is pleased to announce that Jamal Watson, Ph.D., will be joining the strategic communications firm as a Vice President. Watson, the long-time executive editor of Diverse Issues In Higher Education, will focus on opening and growing a presence for the agency in Washington, D.C.

A survey finds that of 59 percent of teenagers who planned to attend a four-year college, a greater percentage were girls (68 percent) versus boys (51 percent).

Between 2017-2018, Canada increased its international student enrollment by 16 percent, according to the Canadian Bureau for International Education.

Tribal colleges are immensely influential to Native American students, especially when compared to non-native colleges, as researched by the Center for Community College Student Engagement.

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