Work, Learn and Earn InfographicNovember 2018
The majority of college students in the U.S. who are studying toward a coveted college degree are also working. Additionally, 48 percent of high school students report
working for pay outside of their home.
Work, Learn and EARN as an AdultNovember 2018
We already know the vast majority of college students – nearly 60 percent – are working learners. With the already-high cost of college tuition, books, and housing increasing, this is not surprising.
Work, Learn and EARNNovember 2018
Walk onto any college campus in the United States and chances are that nearly every college student is either working or knows someone who is working to help pay their way through school. With the cost of college tuition, books, housing, and other living expenses rising faster than the cost of inflation, working and learning, or attending school and working at the same time, has become increasingly common.
How Many Devices Do Students Have Access to at HomeNovember 2018
ACT found that while access to and use of technology is essential to education success, there is still a digital divide between those who do and do not have access to technology.
High School Students’ Access to and Use of TechnologyNovember 2018
Access to technology is essential to educational success as well as workforce and community deƀelopment. However, geographical, income-based, and racial/ethnic disparities in technology access persist.