According to this report, the state of black higher education is good. Indeed, progress in the higher education of blacks until recently has been phenomenal. Currently that progress is stalled. The implementation of wise and sound policies, however, would enable us to regain the lost momentum and continue to expand education opportunities for blacks. Issues examined in this volume include the state of blacks in those fields that have been identified by the U.S. Department of Labor as high growth areas for college graduates for 1985-1995; the status of blacks preparing to become teachers; blacks in the professions of law and medicine; and the demographic and professional characteristics of black women in higher education administration at the historically black colleges and universities. Co-published with the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education.