Economics, culture and distance conspire to keep rural nonwhites from higher educations. (2018, January 23).

Students attending rural schools generally graduate in four years at higher rates than the national average, but that’s not true for black, Hispanic and other nonwhite students in rural areas, according to a report from the Rural School and Community Trust. Data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center show such students also are less likely to enroll in college

Best Practices