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Richardson, Richard C., Jr.; Skinner, Elizabeth Fisk – 1990
This book presents a comprehensive model of how institutions adapt to improve the environments they provide African American, Hispanic, and American Indian students without relinquishing historical standards. The model is based on the experiences of ten institutions that have graduated higher numbers of minority students as compared to their…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Access to Education, American Indians, Black Students
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Richardson, Richard C., Jr.; And Others – Change, 1987
Ten public universities were chosen for a study of the factors that cause minority students to succeed. Criteria used in selecting institutions included: public baccalaureate granting, commitment to providing opportunities to minorities, and diverse missions and geographic locations. (MLW)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, College Environment, College Graduates, College Students