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Maryland's higher education system is among the country's strongest in college attainment and productivity, but is leaving the state's minority and low-income populations behind, a report from a research center at the University of Pennsylvania states. The report, from Penn's Institute for Research on Higher Education, is the third in a series of five examining higher education performance and governance in Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Texas and Washington.