SR_DPI_DNE_ArticlesSpeeches_Newbold_Box2_1946-1948_06

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Likewise, remarkable progress has been made in higher education. In December,
1947, there were 8,600 students in public and private Negro colleges in North
Carolina. Also, graduate education for this group grows apace. Since this
graduate program was begun in September 1939 a total of 2,889 have registered
for graduate and professional study in regular and summer sessions at the North
Carolina College in Durham, and the Agricultural and Technical College in
Greensboro. In addition, 1,082 have registered in universities outside the
state on graduate fellowships provided by the state, a grand total, in and
outside the state, of 3,971 registrations for graduate training.

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