Federal data released Monday shows that more than 83 percent of high school students earned a diploma on time. Click here to read Alejandra Matos and Emma Brown’s article in The Washington Post.
Traditionally, FAFSA has been released in January. This year, it is available three months earlier. That means you can transfer your 2015 taxes directly to the FAFSA, without having to wait for your 2016 taxes to be filed! Click here to read The Department of Education’s “12 Common FAFSA Mistakes” and How to Avoid Them.
The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) Horizon Report: 2016 K-12 identifies online learning opportunities as an option for “hundreds of thousands of students…because of homeschooling, medical issues, or engagement in sports, while millions of other students are supplementing their in-class instructions with online courses to complete advanced coursework or gain greater schedule flexibility”.