National Urban League's 'State of Black America' shows educational, economic improvements (USA Today)

Fewer black Americans are dropping out of high school and more are earning associate’s degrees, but racial disparities still plague the U.S. education system, according to the National Urban League’s "State of Black America 2017" report.

The organization's annual study bases its conclusions on an equality index in which the quality of life for white Americans in various areas — such as income and social justice — is valued at an even 100%. The quality of life for African Americans, and now Hispanic Americans, is measured against that.

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