Faces of Dreamers: Arlin Karina Téllez Martínez, Trinity Washington University

Arlin Karina Téllez Martínez has no apologies to offer. She is a Dreamer, in more ways than one, and proud of it.

NACUA Webinar: Legal Issues Associated with Campus Law Enforcement

The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) will present a webinar Dec. 4 from 12-2 p.m. ET on “Preserving the Peace: Legal Issues Associated with Campus Law Enforcement.”

Diversifying the Teacher Workforce Through Pathway Programs for Latinx Students

In a report for New America, education policy writer Roxanne Garza examines the pathways into teaching for Latinx individuals.

Strategies to Advance Diversity at Colleges and Universities

A new report by the College Board and Education Counsel offers practical guidance on race- and ethnicity-neutral strategies and selection criteria (“plays”) to advance institutional diversity.

Analytics in Higher Education and Barriers to Expansion

A recent report by the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) examines the use of analytics in higher education.

Putting Student Data in Context

A recent brief from the National Center for Education Statistics provides an overview on current statewide K-12 data collection capacity and availability.

Understanding U.S. Graduate Student Mobility

A recent report by the Institute of the International Education (IIE) examines the scale and scope of U.S. graduate students’ learning overseas, as well as institutions’ practices, challenges, and motivations.

How Community College Students Benefit from Accelerated Study Programs

The Institute of Education Sciences has released a new report on Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP) and their impact on community college students.

Can Colleges Rely on International Students as a Safety Net?

In a new article in The Chronicle for Higher Education, some experts question whether international student enrollment will continue to be a reliable revenue source in the long term.

Are Higher Education Institutions Preparing Students for Success?

A new Third Way report investigates whether U.S. postsecondary institutions are successful in educating and preparing students for the workforce.

Faces of Dreamers: Yanet Limon-Amado, Virginia Commonwealth University

When Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) senior Yanet Limon-Amado co-founded UndocuRams, a student organization advocating for undocumented students, she channeled her uncertainty into action.

For Veterans Without Degrees Additional Certification Offers Benefits/Hope

A new Strada Education Network report captures the responses of about 30,000 veterans ages 18 to 64 on their educational experiences and attitudes. The report also details education outcomes and the benefits and challenges faced by veterans with a sub-baccalaureate certificate.