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Education news and rankings from U.S. News & World Report.

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Before determining you're too old for law school, consider how your background may make you a standout applicant.

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A college GPA factors into financial aid and scholarships eligibility, program admission and graduation.

Choosing which college to attend can be difficult. And even after the decision is made, it's not always the right choice.

Before determining you're too old for law school, consider how your background may make you a standout applicant.

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High school juniors can take these five steps to get ready for post-graduation life.

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Choosing which college to attend can be difficult. Students transfer for a variety of reasons, including family obligations, cost or a desire to find a college that's a better fit.

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The value of kindergarten goes well beyond learning early academic skills. Check out where it is mandatory.

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Some premedical students have military experience before applying to medical school. Their military backgrounds provide rich stories and unique perspectives that should be showcased in medical school essays and interviews.

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Many college students are unprepared to manage their own finances, according to some research and experts.

Premeds should consider serving in these environments to gain hands-on clinical experience.

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Nearly 250 education and civil rights groups say they oppose Betsy DeVos.

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See why @UCLA  is this year's Top Public University in America. #BestColleges 

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For the first time, U.S. News launches rankings of public elementary and middle schools.

Some schools may rescind admissions offers due to an extreme drop in grades during second semester of senior year.

@BernieSanders  wants to cancel $1.6 trillion in student loans. Here's how he plans to do it.

Students taking the ACT next year will have the option to retake individual sections of the college entrance exam instead of the entire exam.

Take four years of math in high school, even if it's not required.

Parents should be concerned if their teen isn't reading enough – a crucial skill for college success.

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