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Title: African American Men from Hennepin County at the University of Minnesota, 1994-98: Who Applies, Who is Accepted, Who Attends?
Authors: Taylor, David
Schelske, Bruce
Hatfield, Jennifer
Lundell, Dana Britt
Keywords: education
Issue Date: Apr-2002
Publisher: University of Minnesota: Center for Research on Developmental Education and Urban Literacy
Abstract: Minnesota has long prided itself on providing ample higher education opportunities for its citizens. However, there is a well-documented and growing disparity in Minnesota and nationally between various racial and economic groups’ participation in college and technical college (McGee 1996, 1997; Almonor & Shulman August 1997; Mortenson, October 1997; Ghere, Moore & Schelske 1999). This study’s charge was to determine if participation in higher education at the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities, of African American men, age 18 to 30, from Hennepin County (henceforth HCAAM) mirrors, improves upon, or is behind state and national conditions.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/5373
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