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  • May 16, 2013

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    Report Finds Demographics of College Graduates Do Not Reflect Changes in Overall Student Body

    A new analysis from ACE finds that individuals who earned their baccalaureate degrees in 2007-08 were not nearly as racially diverse as the overall undergraduate student body.

  • May 1, 2013

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    ACE Brief Examines Scarcity of Asian Pacific Islander American Leaders in Higher Education

    An examination of the barriers to advancement for Asian Pacific Islander Americans and a call on the higher education community to take immediate steps to ameliorate the situation.

  • March 5, 2013

    ACE Honors Johnnetta B. Cole With the 2013 Reginald Wilson Diversity Leadership Award

    ACE named Johnnetta B. Cole, director of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art and former president of Spelman College (GA) and Bennett College (NC), the 2013 recipient of the Reginald Wilson Diversity Leadership Award.

  • July 24, 2012

    Undergraduate Degrees Conferred, by Field of Study and Race/Ethnicity: 2009-2010

    The Center for Policy Research and Strategy is responsible for the content in ACE Fact Sheets on Higher Education.

  • July 16, 2012

    ACE Convenes Discussion on Women in Higher Education Leadership

    Although women earn the majority of postsecondary degrees, they occupy just 26 percent of all college presidencies, according to recent data from ACE. To coordinate efforts to bridge that gap, ACE’s Inclusive Excellence Group last month convened Working Together to Move the Needle: Advancing Women in Higher Education Leadership.

  • March 17, 2012

    Degree and Enrollment Status of 2003-04 Beginning Postsecondary Students in Spring 2009, by Degree Aspiration & Institution at Entrance, by Race, and by Family Income & Dependency

    The Center for Policy Research and Strategy is responsible for the content in ACE Fact Sheets on Higher Education.

  • October 1, 2011

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    Minorities in Higher Education: 2011 Supplement

    Raising the education level of the overall U.S. population requires closing the educational gaps among racial/ethnic groups and by gender. Although the members of the younger generation of some racial/ethnic groups are more likely to attain college degrees than their predecessors, that is not the case across all groups. Other findings include: the high school completion rate for young people has not improved much, and college enrollment gaps have widened among racial/ethnic groups during the past two decades.

  • October 1, 2010

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    Minorities in Higher Education: Twenty-Fourth Status Report 2010

    This 2010 edition analyzes the latest racial/ethnic and gender trends in high school completion, college enrollment, persistence, degree completion, faculty, administrators, and presidents. A key finding is that while postsecondary educational attainment continues to flat-line in the United States, attainment rates have dipped for the youngest group (aged 25 to 34). Produced with support from the GE Foundation, this edition also features an in-depth analysis of Hispanics. As immigrants, young adult Hispanics experience a host of barriers to further education. The report calls for a more realistic understanding of the implications of the Hispanic population on the nation’s educational and economic competitiveness.

  • September 17, 2009

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    Minorities in Higher Education: 2009 Supplement

    Closing the educational gaps among racial/ethnic groups and by gender is essential for raising the education level of the overall U.S. population. However, the 2009 supplement finds that gaps among these groups remain substantial, and for some races/ethnicities the younger generation is less likely to attain college degrees than its predecessors. Other highlights include: the high school completion rate for young people has been at a standstill, while college enrollment gaps have widened among racial/ethnic groups during the past two decades.

  • September 17, 2007

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    Minorities in Higher Education: 2007 Supplement

    This special supplement to the 22nd edition presents the latest data on high school completion and college participation rates, educational attainment rates, and degrees conferred. In each case, information is included for the racial and ethnic groups for whom data is available for the years reported.

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