The paper reviews literature that examines how race, class and incomes influence students entering college, focusing on the entire U.S. and on Ohio. The paper investigates he following. 1) Does racial demography and household income predict the type of public college or university Ohio seniors choose to attend? 2) Is there a relationship between household income and public college (both two and four-year schools) enrollment immediately after high school? The paper discusses how the provided analysis fit within the broader literature, and help in understanding the problem and in formulating solutions. The goal of this research is to examine some of the potential factors that are leading to unequal outcomes in higher education rather than identifying a single causal mechanism.
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Student Papers in Local and Global Regional Economies
(2019). Socioeconomic Class and Race in Higher Education Paths and Outcomes: The Case of Ohio. .