By Peter A. Morrison
This documented briefing describes demographic traits within the usa , considers their social and monetary implications, and displays at the demanding situations they pose for public coverage.
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By 2010, a mosaic of minorities will populate most of central and southern California. In coming decades, other states and sections of the nation will accommodate comparable versions of this demographic transformation. The local political situations that result will have a strong bearing on public policy. The fundamental issue is maintaining local cohesiveness when commonality of interest derives solely from ethnicity or race. One way that our political system has given voice to minority groups has been the ethnic partitioning of space by single-member electoral districts.
48 DB320-48 Policy Challenges Ahead • Temper competing interests in contexts of ethnic diversity • Nurture human capital for the nation’s scientific enterprise • Reduce structural impediments to individual opportunity DB320-49 In closing, let me highlight the major policy challenges that national demographic changes will pose over the coming decade. The first challenge will be to temper the competing interests within ethnically diverse areas. Computer literacy, access to the Internet, and educational opportunity will be central concerns among groups who perceive their children to be at a disadvantage.
Disparities Tied to Education DB320-32 The third major implication of domestic demographic change involves another set of disparities. These gaps center on education—specifically finishing high school and obtaining a bachelor’s degree. Like the digital divide, these educational disparities may reduce individual opportunity and also shortchange the nation’s scientific enterprise. 32 High School Completion: A Slowly Improving Gap HS degree holders (ages 25–29) White Black 1988 2000 Hispanic 0 20 40 60 80 100 Percentage with ≥ 4 yrs.
A Demographic Perspective on Our Nation's Future (Documented Briefing (Rand Corporation), Db-320-Wfhf Dlpf Rf,) by Peter A. Morrison