Study: Minorities' college enrollment up

09/23/2002 | NYTimes.com

A study by the American Council on Education shows the number of minority students attending American colleges rose 48% in the 1990s. However, graduation rates for black and Hispanic students lagged behind Asian-Americans and whites, prompting the group to urge a "sustained national effort" to boost the success rate of those groups.

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