By Peter A. Morrison
This documented briefing describes demographic developments within the usa , considers their social and fiscal implications, and displays at the demanding situations they pose for public coverage.
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4 million DB320-40 Largely as a result of this “entry port” status, California is on the verge of becoming the first state in which everyone is a minority (mathematically speaking). The United States as a whole is gradually advancing toward that future, unsure what it will be like to live in a nation in which no single racial or ethnic group predominates. California, however, has become the proving ground. In California, the very term “minority” is nearly outmoded. As the above chart shows, the nonHispanic white majority is about to disappear, as Anglos shrink to fewer than 50 percent of the state’s population.
It is a gap that public policy could reduce or eliminate. 14 See C. Richard Neu, Robert H. Anderson, and Tora Kay Bikson’s Sending Your Government a Message: E-Mail Communication Between Citizens and Government (RAND MR-1095-MF, 1999). 31 3. 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.
Carroll’s Breaking the Social Contract: The Fiscal Crisis in California Higher Education (RAND CAE-1-IP, 1998). 18 It is that barriers may impede some who should finish college from doing so. From a public policy perspective, nothing should prevent individuals with the ambition and requisite ability from pursuing opportunities the market offers. These trends are a powerful reminder of the importance of education as an investment in the nation’s future. 18 See David Boesel and Eric Fredland’s College for All?
A Demographic Perspective on Our Nation's Future (Documented Briefing (Rand Corporation), Db-320-Wfhf Dlpf Rf,) by Peter A. Morrison