The Condition of College & Career Readiness 2015: African American Students

Reports on the progress of U.S. high school graduates relative to college readiness. The report is designed to help educators understand and answer the following questions: 1) Are your students graduating from high school prepared for college and career? 2) Are enough of your students taking core courses necessary to be prepared for success, and are those courses rigorous enough? 3) What are the most popular majors/occupations and what does the pipeline for each look like? 4) What other dimensions of college and career readiness, outside of academic readiness, should educators measure and track? 

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