The Road to Higher Education for Black and Latino Males

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  •  Higher Education Preparation
  • New York Stands Up
  • Digging Deeper
  • The Results
  • Improving Success Rates Across the Nation
  • A Look at Black and Latino Males High School Performance
  • The Overview
  • Labeling Minority Males
  • Graduation Success Rates

The Results

The study found more than 70 percent of the students had both parents who did not receive higher education. However, students attributed their parents, teachers, and yearning to escape poverty by means of higher education to their academic success and college readiness.

(Photo: Commercial Appeal /Landov)

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