- On its website Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Education detailed dozens of examples it received from colleges and other organizations on the various programs they have available to facilitate students in college success.
- The department is still accepting idea submissions, which it will publish on the postsecondary-completion website along with those it already has.
- An announcement scheduled to appear in the Federal Register Wednesday states that the department is looking for ideas that can be "replicated or scaled up" in order to further the Obama administration's college education goals.
From the article:
Apparently there is no shortage of "promising and practical" ideas to help students get into, get through, and graduate from college. The U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday published descriptions of the several dozen examples it has received from colleges and other organizations describing the counseling, curricular, and administrative programs they offer to help students succeed in college. ...