More than one third of all African American children continue to live in poverty. In 2015, 36.5 percent of all Black children lived in families below the poverty line. This is more than three times the rate for non-Hispanic White children.
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A new study by researchers at the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire finds that in 17 U.S. states the number of Whites who died in 2014 was higher than the number of Whites born in these states.
The organization is an official group at the university with funding and other support services provided by the university administration. The university will fund the group’s faculty development seminars, research symposia, as well as mentoring and networking initiatives.
The Center for the Humanities at the University of New Hampshire has produced a film that explores the university’s and the state of New Hampshire’s history regarding slavery and racial segregation.
Rapidly Increasing Population Diversity Presents a Major Challenge to University Admissions Officials
There are 7.7 million more minority children now than was the case in 2000. But there are 5.7 million fewer White children. Minorities now make up 47 percent of the U.S. population under the age of 20.
The data analyzed by researchers at the University of New Hampshire showed that 10.3 percent of all teachers at schools with a high percentage of minority students were beginning teachers.
Wanda S. Mitchell of the University of New Hampshire and Alysa C. Rollock of Purdue University are two of the three finalists for the position.