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Category Archives: demographics
What does America look like if the decline in Christian belief continues? What might this mean for higher education? buy eriacta online buy eriacta no prescription generic I’ve been tracking this religious trend for a while (2021, 2019, 2017). Today … Continue reading
The United States Census recently released data about the nation’s population. This is very rich and useful stuff in general, and in particular has relevance for higher education. Here I’ll summarize highlights, then add some thoughts about what it all … Continue reading
For years I’ve used a certain phrase in presentations. It came up when I was describing modern demographics. I would explain how lifespans have increased in developed nations, and that more people will live longer, and then want on to … Continue reading
American fertility shrank in 2020, according to a new Centers for Disease Control report. In this post I’ll break down what that means, and what it implies for the future of education. Overall, the number of children born in America … Continue reading
The number of Americans who belong to a church continued a steady trends of decline, according to a new Gallup poll. This has many implications for American culture, including higher education, as I’ve noted previously. Let me summarize the poll’s highlights, … Continue reading
How does the high school to college pipeline look? Many American colleges and universities recruit undergraduate students from the pool of recent high school graduates. This is usually the stereotypical first-year college student image, a bright 18-year-old who transitions from … Continue reading
Today I started to write a post about last night’s American presidential debate. I live-tweeted the whole thing, listening and typing frantically in my office with only cats for company. It felt like having rocks tossed at my head. Revisiting … Continue reading
While COVID-19 roars through the world, it’s important to track significant non-pandemic developments. Today I wanted to share a demographic update. Readers know I spend a lot of time analyzing how population trends change, exploring how that could impact higher … Continue reading
America’s population continues to change. This demographic transformation has powerful implications for higher education’s future. Let me share some recent news and research. First, the number of American births continues to decline, according to a new Centers for Disease Control … Continue reading