A ‘Bellwether’ on Black and Latinx Student Success

Friday, February 11, 2022
Inside Higher Ed

The COVID-19 pandemic could reverse notable gains made by Black and Latinx students in Los Angeles County and could signal similar problems for the rest of the state, according to a new report which also notes stubborn education disparities and suggests the COVID-19 pandemic could “threaten to offset and undo years of improvements for California’s high schools and community colleges” in particular.

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