The Trellis Company report found factors like insufficient time, persistent stress, and lack of information contribute to food insecurity.
The report called for various support programs, including work-based learning opportunities, prior learning assessments, flexible scheduling and childcare.
Under the Connecticut Commitment, lower-income Connecticut residents with a household income of $50,000 or below will attend college tuition-free.
The students enrolling for Via Careers, a flight-training program will offer Income Share Agreements (ISAs) as an alternative to student loans.
Educational sabotage, a form of intimate partner violence, results in poor academic achievement and affects the successful completion of educational programs.
A study conducted by MIT researchers found that students who have cutoff bedtime before 1 am tend to score better than those who sleep after 2 am.
The new program in partnership with RaiseMe will offer incremental achievement-based scholarships ranging from $10 to $50 to ensure student success.
Out of the total $123 million grant given to 41 school districts and non-profits, over $78 million will focus on STEM especially computer science.
Women mostly favor companies that have a supportive culture and inspiring leadership including Cisco, Wayfair, Microsoft and Oracle.
The AAU Ph.D. Education Initiative will implement reforms at university-wide and departmental levels to prepare students for diverse career pathways.