A phenomenal, in-depth piece by the New York Times that shows that public high schools in more affluent neighborhoods receive more visits than those in less affluent areas. From the article:
Only about a third of households across the country earn more than $100,000 annually, but nearly half of high schools receiving visits by private colleges and universities were in neighborhoods where average incomes were higher. Connecticut College visited neighborhoods with an average median house
In their out-of-state visits, our data also suggest, public universities were more likely to visit predominantly white public high schools than nonwhite schools with similar levels of academic achievement.