Articles by Kelsey Sheehy
At two Ivy League schools, nearly 100 percent of first-year students returned for their second year.
Educators use personal connections and real-world problem-solving to get girls into STEM.
School districts that switched to shorter weeks are still unsure of benefits beyond the budget.
Three experts discuss what not to do when repaying student loans.
Up-to-date contact information can help smooth the transition between loan servicers.
Borrowers cannot receive Direct Plus Loans within five years of a completed bankruptcy filing.
Student debt is not unique to the United States, but financial aid systems vary around the world.
Current student data does not reflect the diversity of America’s students, experts say.
A new report says teens pick majors that don’t match their interests, but experts say that is OK.
Loan forgiveness and interest-rate caps can ease the student debt burden for members of the military.