Men struggling to finish at black colleges

They're no longer the only option for African-American students, but the country's historically black colleges and universities brag that they provide a supportive environment where these students are more likely to succeed. Full Story
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San Francisco, CA

#1 Mar 30, 2009
"historically black colleges and universities brag that they provide a supportive environment where these students are more likely to succeed.
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That, though, is not necessarily true.

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One major reason: the struggles of black men. Just 29 percent of HBCU males complete a bachelorís degree within six years, the AP found.

Wow really?

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