The bill was voted 28-22 by the Committee on Education and Labor members and is now headed to the house floor.
The IWPR report sees great potential in partnership between the federally run Head Start programs and higher education institutions to offer childcare options to student parents.
The joint letter written by the various rights groups called on the University of California System to end the use of SAT, ACT in admission decisions.
Three members accused president M. Roy Wilson of not informing them in time and overstepping his authority.
A new bill introduced by two lawmakers aims to put an end to federal funding for for-profit colleges that put students under huge loan debts.
The plan proposes various policy initiatives, including a tuition-free community college, doubling the maximum Pell Grant, and simplifying FAFSA.
A. Wayne Johnson who overlooked the Federal Student Aid program called the system "fundamentally broken” and sought to cancel debts of up to $50,000.
The Department had collected student loan debt from Corinthian Colleges students in violation of a federal court order.
The new framework sets out core principles for publisher contracts to support MIT’s open science and open scholarship initiative.