Professional Issues - AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENTS AND THE CPA EXAM - Significant numbers of African Americans are passing the Uniform CPA Examination -- But the profession is still a long way from being fully integrated. A recent study suggests ways to increase the number of African Americans entering the profession. For employers, educators and students.
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