Men of Color – A Role for Policymakers for Improving the Status of Black Males in U.S. Higher Education
Posted by on January 14, 2013
“Over the past several years, a wide variety of groups–from foundations to think tanks to national leaders–have collectively advanced an aggressive agenda focused on improving college completion and increasing postsecondary degree attainment rates among Americans. Yet goals articulated by these and other stakeholders are unlikely to be realized in the absence of a greater policy emphasis on supporting students from populations with the highest college dropout rates…”
Read the full report “Men of Color – A Role for Policymakers for Improving the Status of Black Males in U.S. Higher Education” (http://www.ihep.org/assets/files/publications/a-f/(Report)_Black_Men_of_Color_November_2012.pdf)
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