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Increasing the Success of Minority Students in Science and Technology

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Increasing the Success of Minority Students in Science and Technology

March 01, 2006

​This paper focuses on the persistence and success of American-American and Hispanic students in science and technology. The authors challenge common assumptions regarding student interest in these fields and explore the obstacles these students face when working toward a degree. ACE is grateful to The Rockefeller Foundation for its generous support of this publication, part of ACE's initiative, The Unfinished Agenda, Ensuring Success for Students of Color. ​

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