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Looking for an early jump on your Sunday paper? College Parents of America recommends that you try these recent stories about higher education.
- Vox: Student debt has risen, but graduates’ income has not.
- Inside Higher Ed: GAO: U.S. must improve counseling options for veterans on higher ed options
- DiverseEducation.com: Report: Student Debt Dragging Down Graduates’ Incomes
- NCSL.org: Record Student Debt
- Inside Higher Ed: PayScale’s Alumni Analytics project will survey college and university alumni on success after graduation
- CBP.org: From state to student: how state disinvestment has shifted higher education costs to students and families
- NPR.org: Four decades of College Degrees in 1 Graph
- Chronicle of Higher Education: VMI Engaged in Sex Discrimination in Violation of Title IX, U.S. Says
- Inside Higher Ed: UC Grad Students Bargain for Right to Gender Neutral Bathrooms
- USA Today: For-profit colleges, student advocates lobby Obama
- Chronicle of Higher Ed: US Higher Ed System is Ranked as Best in World
- Associated Press: As College Students Walk, Speakers Walk Away
- VPR: Vermont Enrollment Down, State Colleges Forced To Make Cuts
- Chronicle of Higher Education: Enrollment Drops 0.8% Over All, but Edges Up at Private 4-Year Colleges
- LA Times: Cal State San Marcos evacuated; structures burn in Carlsbad
- Chronicle of Higher Education: U.S. to Offer $75-Million in Grants for College Affordability and Attainment
- National Urban League: Report From Access to Completion: A Seamless Path to College Graduation for African Americans finds that a majority (65 percent) of African American college students are categorized as “non-traditional” or “independent” meaning they tend to be older and employees first, balancing work and family responsibilities while going to school.