Minority Trend Reports
Information is the new gold of the 21st century. Minorities, specifically Black Americans who want to develop economic independence or become successful need to know how their communities compare with other communities, nationally, and globally.
It is difficult under the current economic environment to accomplish the goal due in part to not having a clear understanding of the process, historical facts about minorities, their accomplishments, and progresses made in United States. These reports will focus on trends in the areas of education, business development, technology, and community awareness.
Trend Reports: Tech, Education, Business, Community
It is difficult to separate the current status of minorities, their education in the United States and the use of technology. Substandard public education and limited access to technology tools are linked together.
As we move into the second decade of the 21st century, it has become clear that the global competitiveness of the United States is directly related to the knowledge literacy of its population, especially its K-12 education system.
The data on minority businesses is out as of August 18th. The preliminary estimates from 2012 results are much more comprehensive than past reports.
The latest data has been reorganized and our next report will bring readers up to date.
Information gathering in this is section is focused on changes in minorities communities over time such a house have had a direct impact on communities of color.