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USF closing the gap

The University of South Florida can count itself a national leader in a critically important area: closing the stubborn achievement gap between white and black students. Nationally, average graduation rates of African-American students lag more than 20 points behind white students. At USF, the difference is 2.1 percent, a remarkable achievement.

USF has added a number of feathers to its cap lately, including achieving emerging pre-eminent status last year that affirms its place as a rising

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