With the economic downturn of the last decade, the Ivy League’s most popular programs are getting squeezed.
Students are being forced to drop out of school.
And colleges are having to hire less teachers, staff, and support staff.
According to a new report from the Council for Advancement of Colored People (CACP), many colleges and universities are struggling to meet rising demand and keep up with their student populations.
The report details the most successful and least successful schools and schools that have students who are academically and socially successful.