Black Students Have Less Access to Selective Public Colleges Now Than 20 Years Ago, Report Finds

Black Students Have Less Access to Selective Public Colleges Now Than 20 Years Ago, Report Finds

Black students have less access to the most selective public colleges in the United States than they did 20 years ago, according to a report released on Tuesday by the Education Trust. The report stresses colleges will have to make major changes to meet growing calls for more inclusive campuses. | The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 21

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