College students predicted to fall by more than 15% after the year 2025

The Hechinger Report

Only a handful of states, colored in blue, are predicted to see an increase in the number of students attending regional four-year colleges and universities between 2012 and 2029. But student demand is expected to grow for the nation’s most elite colleges and universities between 2012 and 2029. News & World Report — is projected to drop by much less during the 2025 to 2029 period (18 years following the birth dearth). million in 2029.

High school seniors reveal choices in joyous ‘signing day’ ceremony

The Hechinger Report

The class of 2029 — currently in kindergarten — read touching letters of encouragement and advice for the largely low-income, minority upperclassmen, most of them the first in their families to attend college. That’s the next big challenge after years of being pushed, prodded and prepped for higher education at Match High, where students are selected by lottery and get individual tutors for help with a tough college-prep curriculum.

Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Can start-up companies profit off one of the lowest paid professions: home-based child care?

The Hechinger Report

Cohen for The Hechinger Report. The San Francisco resident graduated from nearby Mills College in May 2018 with a master’s degree in early childhood education, and today she is getting her dream off the ground with the help of a new child care services company called Wonderschool. Cohen for The Hechinger Report. It’s just like, private information,” said Bennett in response to The Hechinger Report’s request for updated data. Cohen for The Hechinger Report. “We

Like it or not, Trump is the next president — Now, here’s how he can improve higher ed

The Hechinger Report

Now that the election is over, it’s time to get serious about solving our nation’s higher education crisis with support from our nation’s new leader. We need to pull together and galvanize the recommendations of our higher education leadership into real, positive policy change for our public universities. Mr. Trump has not yet outlined a significant higher education plan, but we know he, like many of our citizens, is against the idea of federalization.