The Science Divide: Why do Latino and Black Students Leave STEM Majors at Higher Rates?

The Science Divide: Why do Latino and Black Students Leave STEM Majors at Higher Rates? | The Washington Post

Dropout rates varied among the groups, too. About 20 percent of Latino and 26 percent of black STEM majors left their institutions without earning a degree, while 13 percent of white STEM majors dropped out, according to the study.

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