Reports: Homeless, foster kids face enormous hurdles in trying to get to college
More than 60 years after the Supreme Court’s Brown v. Board of Education ruling against segregated schools, racial and income isolation is increasing, GAO says in two reports.
By Joe Davidson
While the path from kindergarten through college can be tough for anyone, two government reports released this month outline the particular difficulties facing poor black and Hispanic students, as well as the higher education hurdles confronting homeless and foster youth.
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