In 10 years, America's classrooms are going to be much more diverse than they are now
from The Huffington Post
The 2014-2015 school year represents a milestone for America's public schools. For the first time, a majority of students around the country are not white. They identify with minority groups. In future years, experts only expect this trend to accelerate. In honor of The Huffington Post's 10-year anniversary this May, we're looking at the future of American classrooms and what students in these classrooms might look like 10 years from now. In 2025, America's schools will likely be substantially more diverse than they are currently, serving more kids who come from Hispanic, Asian or mixed-race backgrounds. These shifting demographics raise a number of questions about the best ways for schools to serve students who are more diverse than ever before.
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