See How Colleges Have Changed In 3 Years
from U.S. News & World Report
Year to year, it's hard to see how schools and college campuses change. Even though the K-12 student population is now "majority-minority," it's not as though teachers and students will notice a stark difference in classrooms between June and September. But the change is there, and colleges are beginning to see their student populations shift as well. Provisional data released by the Department of Education this week shows the Hispanic student population at four-year colleges has grown by more than 20 percent since 2010. While Hispanic students still make up just 7.2 percent of all undergraduates attending four-year and two-year schools, and 12.3 percent of all four-year college students, the number is growing faster than any other racial or ethnic group.
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