Student and Faculty Diversity Reduces the Black-White College Graduation Rate Gap

Student and Faculty Diversity Reduces the Black-White College Graduation Rate Gap
A study led by Nicholas A. Bowman, Mary Louise Petersen Chair in Higher Education at the University of Iowa, finds that college graduation gaps between Black and White students tend to shrink when there are more students of color or faculty of color on campus.

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