Rhode Island is streamlining its existing and underused program to allow parents to sign their children up for college savings accounts the day they’re born.
Unlike nearly every other state, California lacks a central board that oversees higher education, pitting political leaders against university administrators. At issue now is a 28 percent tuition hike.
Less than three months after losing control over $30 million in federal spending, Oklahoma again has a waiver from the 2001 law.
In a nation where few students still walk to school, how has Lakewood, Ohio, gone without school buses for so long?