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Carolina Demography featured on NPR

April 26, 2021

Carolina Demography's Rebecca Tippett was featured on All Things Considered in an interview about the 2020 Census count and deployed troops.

Carolina Demography’s research featured in NC Health News

April 22, 2021

Carolina Demography's report on vaccine hesitation in NC was featured in an April 21, 2021 piece on NC Health News entitled "Coronavirus Today – Apr. 21 — Most COVID restrictions to be lifted in June if two-thirds of adults are vaccinated."

Carolina Demography’s research featured in WRAL column

April 22, 2021

Carolina Demography's research on the educational attainment pipeline in NC was recently featured in a WRAL column by Mary Ann Wolf, the president and executive director of the Public School Forum of North Carolina.

Carolina Demography’s Impact in 2020

March 5, 2021

Carolina Demography is an applied demography group located within the Carolina Population Center. The group just released their 2020 Impact Report, which details how they worked with partners across North Carolina to better understand: How COVID-19 affected each area of the state How high school and college students navigated each step of the educational attainment…

North Carolina’s Leaky Educational Pipeline: Report maps NC postsecondary public education pipeline, identifies at-risk groups

February 28, 2019

UNC release issued on February 28, 2019 (Chapel Hill, N.C. – Feb. 28, 2019) – The fastest-growing jobs in North Carolina now require more education. A new report from Carolina Demography and the John M. Belk Endowment examines North Carolina students’ education outcomes at public, in-state schools and indicates gaps where interventions are needed to…

Carolina Population Center Launches Carolina Demography to Help NC Communities Make Informed Decisions about Population Changes

October 14, 2013

Today, the Carolina Population Center launches a new service for communities throughout North Carolina. Called Carolina Demography, this program translates demographic data into specific, usable information about population change to inform decision making, planning, and program evaluation. Like the rest of the country, North Carolina is experiencing significant demographic shifts: growing Hispanic and Asian populations,…