Joint Center President Pens Op-Ed on the Marginalization of African Americans in Public Higher Education

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Feb

Joint Center President Pens Op-Ed on the Marginalization of African Americans in Public Higher Education

Joint Center President penned an op-ed on the marginalization of African Americans in public higher education for the National Newspaper Publishers Association.

In the op-ed, Spencer cites a Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce study, which shows that " shows that African Americans aren’t attending selective colleges (e.g. the University of Michigan, University of South Carolina, University of Houston, and others) at the same rates as their White peers."

The full op-ed can be read here.

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Joint Center President penned an op-ed on the marginalization of African Americans in public higher education for the National Newspaper Publishers Association.

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