Unflinchingly, UALR has focused its continuing survey of racial attitudes on itself. Students’ attitudes about their education are generally positive, but a sizable number (25 percent) felt they had been treated unfairly. Minorities in that number were twice as likely to think the treatment was influenced by race. Students tend generally, but not overwhelmingly, to value diversity in the campus population. Full results are at the link.

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