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The College Gap in Delaware

Good piece in the Philly Inquirer, but the reporter settles too easily into the theory that the gender gaps are driven only by minority men. Is that the case at the University of Delaware? I suspect there's more to it. Reporters given this many inches might also want to spend a graph or two exploring what all this means beyond college.

(thanks to Chuck Meissner for spotting this one)

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