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High School Completion and College Participation Rates
Degrees Conferred by Historically Black Colleges and Universities
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18-to-24-Year-Old High School 1otal Men Women African American males African American women American and Hispanic Asian Americans associate degrees baccalaureate bachelor's and master's bachelor's degrees awarded Bronx Community College CD CD CD CM Census Center for Education CM CM college participation rates college-going rates Colleges and Universities completion and college Current Population Survey decline Degrees Conferred degrees earned dependent 18-to-24-year-olds dependent primary family earned degrees engineering enrolled in college Enrolled-in-College Participation Rates enrolled-in-college rate first-professional degrees groups HBCUs high school completion high school graduates Hispanic Americans Hispanic youth Historically Black Colleges increased low-income African American master's degrees awarded master's level middle-income African American minority students non-U.S. citizens number of bachelor's number of degrees number of doctorates number of master's number of Ph.D.s overall percent in 1988 percentage President Reginald Wilson school completion rates social science Table temporary visas Total Total Doctorates trends U.S. citizens U.S. Department