Balancing work and school and paying expenses are the main impediments community college students say are impeding their success, according to the Revealing Institutional Strengths and Challenges (RISC) survey.

The Department of Education recently released a study showing that approximately one third of high schoolers have taken a dual enrollment course.

More than 105 of 150 business schools surveyed noted a drop in applicants in 2018, according to a recent study conducted by Kaplan Test Prep.

In a new report from Burning Glass Technologies, hybrid jobs, which combine two previously unrelated skills together, are more frequently being seen in job postings.

Enrollment in foreign languages dropped 9.2 percent, and foreign language offerings dropped 5.3 percent at colleges and universities between fall 2013 and fall 2016, according to a study conducted by the Modern Language Association.

State legislatures are investing more in higher education, according to an annual study conducted by researchers at Illinois State University. 

In a recent survey of 350 employers, nearly 8 in 10 employers reported that they were likely to hire a recent MBA gradaute, according to a survey compiled by the Gradauate Management Admission Council (GMAC). There are, however, some concerns about placing international students domestically.  

A survey of employers found that nearly 3 in 4 valued the “soft skills” – listening, critical thinking, attention to detail and effective communications.

The Federal Reserve is blaming student debt as the main culprit as to why younger Americans aren’t buying homes, according to recent research.

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