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Educational Attainment by Race/Ethnicity

Educational attainment varies by race/ethnicity
  • Educational attainment varies by race/ethnicity.
  • Whites have the lowest proportion of those achieving, at most, a high school diploma or equivalency.
  • Blacks/African-Americans and Whites have the highest proportion of individuals who have some college, but no degree.
  • The Hispanic/Latinx population has the highest proportion of individuals with less than a high school education, and also the smallest proportion of those having received a bachelor’s degree or higher.