According to the Department of Education's (2012) report, "Revealing New Truths about Our Nation's Schools," 40 percent of the public schools with the highest Black/Latino enrollment in Prince George's County Public Schools do not offer Algebra II; however, the University of Maryland-College Park requires not only Algebra II, but also at least one year of math beyond Algebra II. [...]some public institutions in Maryland, through omission and negligence, collude to deny thousands of Black, Latino, and some White students the right to attend the state's flagship university. [...]many public high schools are not compatible with public higher education options.
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"Public Reciprocity in Education for Postsecondary Success (PREPS) for Students of Color: The Legal Justification and A Call for Action (Editor's Commentary)"Please download to view full document