Posts tagged with ‘affordability’

  • 101: Equity Gaps in Higher Education

    What is an Educational Equity Gap?An educational equity gap is where there is a significant and persistent disparity in…

  • 101: FAFSA

    What is the FAFSA?The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a federal application that will determine a…

  • 101: Income-Driven Repayment (IDR)

    What is Income-Driven Repayment (IDR)?Income-driven repayment (IDR) is a federal student loan repayment program that allows students to repay…

  • Today’s Students and the Evolving Equity Movement in Higher Education

    Responding to new disparities affecting adults, parents and others continues the work begun by civil rights pioneers generations ago

  • How Tennessee is Writing a New Narrative about College Opportunity

    A growing economy requires states to produce skilled workers and support students in new and non-traditional ways

  • FAFSA Verification Melt is Trending for All The Wrong Reasons

    A sensible and necessary federal bookkeeping process is intimidating and confusing for students, and that needs to change.

  • Student Voice: A First-Generation Advocate for Equity in Education

    Our interview with Moises Roman Mendoza, Williams College Class of 2019

  • 101: Pell Grant Rainy Day Fund

    What is the Pell Grant Program?The Pell Grant program is a federal means-tested program that offers postsecondary aid in…

  • 101: Pell Grant Rainy Day Fund

    As the signature federal student aid program providing college access to low and middle-income Americans, the Pell Grant program…

  • State Leaders Press for Student-Centered Higher Education Policies

    National higher education policy should be built around the needs and priorities of students, who are taking different pathways…

  • Walmart’s Big College Tuition News: How Employers Are Stepping Up to Help More Working Adults Earn a Degree

    Recently, retail giant Walmart, the largest private employer in the nation, made big news in higher education by announcing…