Policies in the Peach State are making it more difficult for Hispanic and African-American students to get into and complete college, concludes a study released on Thursday. In the last of five reports, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education detailed problems that Georgia faces in closing the performance gap between white students and underserved minority students. The state, researchers concluded, has too little need-based aid; poor transfer agreements between two- and four-year public colleges; and rising college costs, coupled with a relatively low income among residents.
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Minority Students’ Higher-Education Performance Lags in Georgia
Policies in the Peach State are making it more difficult for Hispanic and African-American students to get into and complete college, concludes a study released on Thursday. In the last of five reports
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