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  • Graduation rates among African-American students on the rise at Northeastern, study says

    Boston.com - 08/05/2013

    Graduation rates among black students at Northeastern University are on the rise, according to a study by The Education Trust.

    According to the report, in the past decade, the graduation rate among African-American students at Northeastern has grown 27.4 percentage points — from 42.1 percent in 2002 to 69.5 percent in 2011. From 2010 to 2011 alone, the graduation rate for blacks rose 4.8 percentage points.

    The Education Trust’s mission is to “close the gaps in opportunity and achievement” among low-income families and minorities.

    The report noted that during this time period, the graduation rates for white students also improved.

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