A new, and improved, view of the south

Chenoweth, Karin
February 1999
Black Issues in Higher Education;2/18/1999, Vol. 15 Issue 26, p26
Presents findings contained in the report, `African American Moving Forward in Higher Education,' released by The College Fund/UNCF which confirms an increase in Afro-Americans attending college and receiving degrees. Findings include that most first-time Afro-American freshman attending four-year colleges are in the South; Conflicting report on the issue from other organizations such as Southern Education Foundation.


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