Many of the students who took ‘paper classes’ for easy grades and little work were not involved in sports.
Here is more detail on class of 2018 from a Washington Post survey of the city’s universities.
The “massive open online courses” site opens a new link between Advanced Placement and colleges.
The rapidly rising number of federal investigations poses challenges for the Obama administration.
Every fall, new college students from across the country and the world pour into Washington. Seven D.C. universities provided The Post a detailed dossier on 7,200 freshmen. (American University declined to participate.) These students hail from six continents and every state. Among them are one Nicaraguan, three North Dakotans, 23 Nigerians, 786 New Yorkers. This mosaic shows where Washington gets much of its young brainpower.
Exchange advocates predict colleges will maintain open-door policies despite outbreak in West Africa
John L. Hennessy, president of the elite university in Silicon Valley, talks with The Washington Post.
The College Board breaks with precedent in its annual summary of college admission-exam results.
The College Board decries the results on the test and urges the nation to improve college readiness.
After Hannah Graham’s kidnapping, changes in the routine and a greater focus on safety and counseling.