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Amid FAFSA debacle, these higher ed leaders strive to ensure no student is left behind

College Possible, a nonprofit dedicated to servicing low-income and minority students through their higher education journey, has so far ensured that 56% of their students have filed for FAFSA, says CEO Siva Kumari.

In the age of numbers, don’t lose sight of qualitative data

By balancing quantitative and qualitative data, we can advance meaningful solutions that address higher education’s most pressing problems and create a more valuable educational experience for all students.

This program dedicated to boosting first-gen success rates is tripling down

After helping boost Johns Hopkins low-income, first-generation student persistence rates to 100%, the Kessler Scholars Collaborative is expanding its reach to 16 schools and 1,600 students, thanks in part to $10 million in new funding.

New initiative seeks to boost value of community college degrees

The Aspen Institute and CCRC have invited ten community colleges to participate in a program that can reprogram their values to boost the likelihood of students landing high-paying jobs or being admitted into universities.

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