Murrell Dobbins High School graduate Monique Miles got a pleasant surprise last week – an email congratulating her for receiving
Although the Trump administration has rescinded Obama-era guidance about the consideration of race in college admissions, local colleges are not
Philadelphia legislators have introduced bills in the state Senate and House of Representatives that would give low-income and middle-class students
Choosing a college can be overwhelming for the average family. In addition to managing the stress of earning high test
Philadelphia Futures, a nonprofit organization focused on providing college access to low-income, first-generation-to-college students, has released the summer supplement to its
Last week, I attended a daylong workshop focusing on student resiliency and college readiness hosted by Philadelphia College Prep Roundtable.
If you have a child who is headed to college, you’re probably thinking, “How am I going to pay for
Every year around this time, I find myself excited, with hope and anticipation of having the best school year ever.