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Race, Educational Loans & Bankruptcy
(Michigan Journal of Race and Law, 2010)
This article reports new data from the 2007 Consumer Bankruptcy Project revealing that college graduates and specifically White graduates are less likely to file for bankruptcy than their counterparts without a college ...
Gender differences in educational adaptation of immigrant-origin youth in the United States
(Demographic Research, 2018)
Immigrant-origin students (i.e., first- and second-generation immigrants) comprise roughly 20% of the US school-age population. Despite growing awareness of a female favorable gender gap in educational performance, ...
Inequality: Underrepresentation of African American Males in U.S. Higher Education
(Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2015-08-01)
Although the percentage of Blacks earning college degrees has nearly doubled over the past 20 years, Blacks earn only 10% of college degrees, 12% of graduate degrees, and 7% of doctoral degrees (U.S. Census Bureau, 2013). ...
Increasing Access to Postsecondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
(Journal of College Access, 2015)
Students with intellectual disabilities (ID) are increasingly seeking postsecondary education (PSE) opportunities. High school to college transition presents its challenges for all students, and school counselors are ...