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Share of undergraduate students with children in the U.S., by race and gender 2011/12

Percentage of undergraduate students in the United States who were parents in 2011/12, by race and gender

Share of undergraduate students with children in the U.S., by race and gender 2011/12 This statistic shows the percentage of undergraduate students enrolled in postsecondary institutions in the United States who were parents, by gender and race during the school year 2011/12. During that year, 47 percent of Black female undergraduates had children in contrast to 25 percent of Black male undergraduates.
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Percentage of undergraduate students in the United States who were parents in 2011/12, by race and gender

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This statistic shows the percentage of undergraduate students enrolled in postsecondary institutions in the United States who were parents, by gender and race during the school year 2011/12. During that year, 47 percent of Black female undergraduates had children in contrast to 25 percent of Black male undergraduates.
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