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2015 May 13 - 12:00 am

The Success Rates are Worse for Low-Income and Minority Students.

The academic achievement of lowincome and minority students in community colleges remains in the forefront of ongoing debates about student success and college completion rates. There are alarming disparities between the success of minority students and other learners at community colleges.

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