Black Colleges Feel Economic Pinch Historically black colleges and universities have not escaped the financial troubles that have struck many small private colleges. This year, half the schools put on notice by an accrediting agency in the South were African American-based. The schools were sanctioned for mostly financial reasons. Leda Hartman reports.
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Historically black colleges and universities have not escaped the financial troubles that have struck many small private colleges. This year, half the schools put on notice by an accrediting agency in the South were African American-based. The schools were sanctioned for mostly financial reasons. Leda Hartman reports.