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A recent report has uncovered yet another case of racial disparity in education: Where there are more Black and Hispanic college students, there are fewer full-time faculty to go around. The study, published by the City University of New York Faculty Senate, shows gaping differences among CUNY and State University of New York colleges, where the number of faculty per 1,000 students at schools with a majority of Black and Hispanic students is lower than at those with a majority of white students. It’s an important finding since research shows more faculty engagement means greater academic success.