spending gaps

Higher-ed spending gaps do a disservice to minority students


Inequalities in college spending continue to harm students of color, a new analysis reveals

Inequities that negatively impact students of color in the K-12 education system continue into postsecondary education and are detrimental to student success, according to a new analysis.

When students of color graduate from underfunded and understaffed high schools, gaps in support and spending follow they into postecondary education.

In fact, according to a Center for American Progress (CAP) analysis of IPEDS spending an enrollment data, public college spend roughly $5 billion
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  • Laura Ascione