White students are far more likely to enroll in selective colleges and universities than their black and Hispanic counterparts, who are clustering in open-access two- and four-year colleges. The divergent paths are leading to unequal outcomes: Students at selective schools have access more resources, are more likely to graduate and earn more in their careers than students who attend open-access schools. Read related article.

Source: Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Georgetown University | Tobey/The Washington Post July 31, 2013
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