Numbers that challenge stereotypes and alarmists

DSP

Heri
Very interesting how stats can differ so much. In my school, the ratio was 7 to 1

Skimmed this but the graduation rates differ significantly...

http://www.columbia.edu/~tad61/Race Paper 09232009.pdf
Depends on the majors offered I guess.
I went to a school that had slightly more men than women in general because it was primarily known for engineering and science.

It's long...I'm scrolling through for the data tables.. I'll read through it later.
 

dollbabi

Earth Angel
Depends on the majors offered I guess.
I went to a school that had slightly more men than women in general because it was primarily known for engineering and science.

It's long...I'm scrolling through for the data tables.. I'll read through it later.
My school is a highly ranked state school. It was the #1 public institution in the nation when i attended (#2 now). Great programs across the board and offered virtually everything. It boasted a very high graduation rate for students of African descent but the ratio was something else...
 
Last edited:
Top