Job requirements that put undue emphasis on college degrees over work experience may eliminate qualified candidates of color, who face institutional barriers to higher education.
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This is just one website with a few of the loan/grants available. Why on earth would any Af.-Am ever be one "who face institutional barriers to higher education"? There are people out there falling all over themselves to get these young people in college. The only thing holding them back is them and the attitude that a high school diploma is unimportant. I teach middle school. I basically teach high school. We have to many kids that are in their late teens. We all but beg them to take their education seriously. Many of them would rather be in the 'fight club'.