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Georgia State University's success

from today's New York Times:

Georgia State Reinvents Itself as an Engine of Social Mobility

For decades, Georgia State was seen as a night school for white businessmen. But in the last five years, it has awarded more bachelor degrees to black students than any other college or university. . . .

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