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More low-income students are attending college, but they’re still playing catch-up on their wealthier peers

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“Your income or your family’s wealth is extremely predictive of whether you’re going to go college at all and certainly what program you’re going to do."

“On one hand, you can look at rising enrollment of low-income students or students of color in higher education as a whole as a good sign that we’re still making progress on college access,” said Mark Huelsman, associate director of research and policy at Demos, a left-leaning think tank.

On the other hand, “Your income or your family’s wealth is extremely predictive of whether you’re going to go college at all and certainly what program you’re going to do,” he added.

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