The Neglected College Race Gap: Racial Disparities Among College Completers - May 2018

This issue brief released by the Center for American Progress shows that Black and Hispanic graduates would have received 1 million additional bachelor’s degrees between 2013 and 2015 had they earned degrees at the same rate as their white peers. The report notes that white students are at a significant advantage compared with their black and Hispanic peers, graduating with higher level degrees from colleges that spend more on their education, among other advantages.