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  • Community college boosts employment among Black and Hispanic students, study finds

    Boston Globe - 06/10/2021

    “Low income and underrepresented minorities typically come from high schools that make them less academically prepared to enter the job market,” said Alicia Modestino, lead author of the study and an economist and a professor at Northeastern University. “If they can attend a community college then they can get a much higher return than a higher-income individual who’s had better academic opportunities.”

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