Latino and low-income students underrepresented at top colleges

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Monday, August 12, 2013

A recent study published by Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce highlights the importance of where Hispanic high school graduates go to college and how it determines not only if they’ll graduate but also their future prospects.

The report reveals Latino students are underrepresented at America’s 465 select four-year colleges, while they are overrepresented at open-access, two-year colleges. This is also true for low-income students in general.

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