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Changing Demographics: What Does It Mean Now and in the Future?

People tend to steer away from acknowledging race as an influential component to education, but it is intertwined in the fabric and has become so much a part of the culture that it is unrecognizable.

Mildred and Richard Loving were a mixed-race couple from Virginia who were arrested by local law enforcement in July 1958 for violating the then state’s Racial Integrity Act of 1924, which prohibited White-Black marriages.

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The American Association of State Colleges and Universities kicked off its annual conference Wednesday with an emphasis on adaptation and innovation.

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A recent report released by the Census Bureau found a sharp decline in college enrollment rates from 2011 to 2012 of nearly half a million students (467,000), a 2 percent dip.  This drop-off comes as a surprise, as college enrollment has been on an upswing with 3.2 million new students enrolling in undergraduate and graduate […]

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I would argue that circumstances have treated Millennials poorly as they have reached young adulthood and their post college years.

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For the first time, the college enrollment rate of Latino high school graduates surpassed that of White high school graduates in 2012, according to an analysis by the Pew Research Center’s Hispanic Trends Project.

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A seamless pathway must be created for two-year college graduates to transfer to four-year institutions that will prepare them for the 21st century workforce.

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Population declines and concerns over how to pay for a college education contributed to a roughly 9 percent decline in applications to Penn State this year, university officials said.

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A commitment to improving the future of marginalized racial, ethnic, and religious groups need not be restricted to a dialogue taking place within the U.S. borders.

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Noted economist and demographer Mark Hugo Lopez has explained how a recent surge in Latino students attending U.S. colleges resulted in Hispanics becoming the largest minority group enrolled in four-year institutions.

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