Authorities Cite Reasons Why Many College-Age Men Don't Pursue A College Education

December 1998
Jet;12/28/98-01/04/99, Vol. 95 Issue 5, p22
Reports that females continue to outnumber men actually enrolled in colleges in the United States. Comments by Patricia Albjerg Graham of the Spencer Foundation of Chicago, which specializes in educational research; Speculation as to reasons for the scarce population of men in college.


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