Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Business leaders hope online university can boost Hispanic education

While more jobs in Texas require college degrees, the state's fastest-growing population group has struggled more than any other to make it to graduation.

The situation creates a growing skills gap that has business leaders looking to boost the number of Hispanic college graduates.

Just 17 percent of Hispanic adults in Texas have a four- or six-year college degree, according to the Lumina Foundation, a private organization that aims to expand access and success beyond high school. 

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