Federick Ngo In The News

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
After Biden announced his plans this week, which include forgiving up to $20,000 to students who received Pell grants, there was an outpouring of mixed responses across the country, with many recent college graduates celebrating and economists concerned about the national debt.
Las Vegas Review Journal
After Biden announced his plans this week, which include forgiving up to $20,000 for students who received Pell Grants, a flurry of mixed responses erupted across the country, with many recent college graduates celebrating and economists worrying about the national debt.
Inside Higher Ed
Research brief looks at how the pandemic spurred states to accelerate efforts to consider measures other than standardized test scores in determining placement into first-year English and math.
The Hechinger Report
Florida study argues for restoring placement tests but lowering pass scores
Inside Higher Ed
Roughly 20 percent of college students took a math course they had already completed in high school even though their K-12 assessments suggested they could take a higher-level course, according to a new study published by The Journal of Higher Education.
The Conversation
Although going to college offers the promise of engaging with new ideas and learning new skills, when it comes to math, the experience can sometimes be like high school all over again.
Salon
Undocumented students took advantage of tuition benefits they called for through the 2013 California DREAM Act
U.S. News and World Report
The promise of financial aid through the tuition waiver made high-achieving undocumented students more likely to enroll college.