Done to Us, Not With Us: African American Parent Perceptions of K‐12 Education
This publication explores how low‐income African American parents view the K‐12 education system and their role in supporting their children. The report is one of UNCF’s first steps in establishing a presence in the parental advocacy space.
Serving Students and the Public Good: HBCUs and the Washington Monthly’s College Rankings
Using the Washington Monthly’s College Rankings as source data, this report demonstrates the contributions of HBCUs to the social mobility of disadvantaged students by disproportionately helping them earn college degrees.
Understanding HBCU Retention and Completion
This publication illustrates that when the impact of student level factors (academic preparedness and socioeconomic status) is taken into account, HBCUs often do a better job of retaining and graduating students than other institutions that enroll similar populations.