Apr 05, 2016

Historically Black Universities -- Pope Center Questions Future of HBCUs

North Carolina has five historically black public universities. In an era when minority students enjoy a ride range of college choices, five HBCUs might be too many. That’s part of the argument Jesse Saffron makes in yesterday’s article for the Pope Center: Today, only about 10 percent of black college students attend historically black schools. Desegregation, along with a flourishing higher...

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