More African-Americans are graduating from high school and enrolling in college than two decades back, the U.S. Census Bureau reported today. About 75 percent of black students completed high school in 1993 up from 67 percent two decades earlier. During the same period, graduation rates remained steady for whites, at 83 percent, and for Latinos at 61 percent. College enrollment rates for blacks climbed from 24 to 33 percent in the same period. For whites, the corresponding jump was from 30 percent to 42 percent.Post your opinion on theSocietybulletin board.