The Higher Education Act (HEA), adopted in 1965, authorizes federal aid programs that support individuals pursuing postsecondary education and higher education institutions. The HEA was last reauthorized in 2008, and Congress is currently working towards the next HEA reauthorization. AYPF is interested in monitoring the progress of the upcoming HEA reauthorization and how it will address cost, affordability, student loan programs, access, and completion, and especially how changes in the HEA will impact low-income, first generation, and minority students.
- November 19, 2019
Homeless for the Holidays: Why We Must Tackle the Housing and Food Insecurity Crisis for College Students
Monica Evans & Samaura Stone write about how college breaks create additional barriers for students experiencing homelessness, housing & food insecurity.
- July 23, 2019
Thomasena Thomas writes about Perkins V, a legislation that aims to increase learner access to high-quality CTE programs.
This forum discussed the impact of College Promise programs & MDRC’s College Promise Success Initiative.
This forum explored evidence-based strategies for aligning systems and policies around student and workforce needs.