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HeadLocke 043: Program focuses on male students at flagship UNC campus

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HeadLocke 043: Program focuses on male students at flagship UNC campus

 
 
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Female students have outnumbered males for years at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In recent years, as applications have increased and the college admittance rate has decreased, the percentage of male students has continued to decline. That’s one of the issues Chris Faison addresses as coordinator of the university’s Carolina Male Scholars program. Mitch Kokai and John Locke Foundation President and CEO Kory Swanson speak with Faison about his work.

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