Minorities in Higher Education

Minorities in Higher Education

Year: 2011
Authors: Young M K
Editor: Cook, B. & Davis, G.
Publisher: American Council on Education
Link: http://diversity.ucsc.edu/resources/images/ace_report.pdf
This update aims to help campus leaders, policy makers, and the general public by providing reliable and timely information that can build support for improvements in higher education. Especially at a time when demand for a college-educated workforce is increasing, the tracking of educational progress among races/ethnicities and by gender is important because substantial gaps persist among these groups. In addition, the fast growing racial/ethnic groups are the ones that historically have attained lower levels of education. Closing these gaps in educational attainment is essential for raising the education level of the overall U.S. population.
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