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Minorities in Higher Education: 2007 Supplement

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Minorities in Higher Education: 2007 Supplement

September 17, 2007

‚ÄčThis 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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