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The Next America: Pathways to Success

Thursday, November 7, 2013 8:00 AM - 11:15 AM EST

The Grand Hyatt Washington | 1000 H Street NW | Washington, DC

(Kristoffer Tripplaar)

National Journal was pleased to present a re-launch event for The Next America project; a multi-platform program that explores how America's changing demography is changing the national agenda, with a special focus on the challenge of lifting more of the diverse next America into the middle class. With America's under-18 population expected to become majority minority within this decade, Hispanics, African Americans, Asians, and other minorities will provide the preponderance of growth for the future college class and workforce.

On Thursday, November 7th, National Journal hosted the first Next America event in a series that brought together educators, employers, analysts, and political leaders as they examined the pathways to success for America's rapidly changing population. The event also gave us an occasion to share the top findings about attitudes among minorities and whites alike on the ingredients for success in contemporary America from our College Board/National Journal Next America Poll.



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