Bring that Week Back: March 28

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Survey: Nigerians Most Educated in the US

According to recently revealed U.S. Census data, 37 percent of Nigerians had bachelor's degrees in 2006, 17 percent held master's degrees and 4 percent had doctorates. In contrast, the same Census data showed only 19 percent of white Americans had bachelor’s degrees, 8 percent held master’s degrees and only 1 percent held doctorates, making Nigerians some of the most educated people in the U.S. 

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