As one of the few purely objective metrics in the college-admissions process, standardized-test scores are key to evening the odds for low-income applicants.
They will almost certainly cost far more — and accomplish far less — than their supporters claim.
It’s not just higher taxes.
New research suggests that cuts to state funding don’t lead to higher tuition costs at public universities.
We now have another installment in the sage of govt. officials using student-aid programs to influence higher education. Whoever writes the checks makes the rule.