Higher education in the south still segregated

September 1998
Jet;09/14/98, Vol. 94 Issue 16, p38
States that according to a report, higher education in the South of the United States is still segregated. Focus of the report; Number of states highlighted in the report; Identification of the states in the report; Percentage increase of the number of Afro-Americans receiving bachelor's degrees.


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