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Education Department to Expand Second Chance Pell Experiment

The U.S. Department of Education recently announced it would expand the Second Chance Pell Experiment for the 2022-2023 award year. In December 2020, lawmakers lifted...

Restoring Inmate Access to Pell Grants is an Important Step in...

Prisoners across the U.S. have a greater chance of achieving a bright future thanks to a recent decision by Congress to reinstate inmate access...

Higher Education Works with Limited Federal Relief to Help Students

In early December 2020, the American Council on Education (ACE), in conjunction with more than 100 other higher education groups, penned a letter to...

Biden Proposes $35 Billion in COVID-19 Aid for Higher Education

President-elect Joe Biden announced a proposal for $35 billion in coronavirus aid for higher education institutions on Thursday.  The funds will be part of a...

ITT Technical Institute to Permanently Close All Campuses

In response to the federal government’s recent ban on ITT Technical Institute enrolling new students who receive federal financial aid, the for-profit college chain...