CNN.com recently featured a fascinating interactive map that lets you explore the country by numbers. Specifically, the map focuses on population density.
However, there's more. The map lets you focus on different demographics. For example, you can see where the highest concentration of Native Americans are located, or Pacific Islanders. Even more interesting, you can see how the racial/ethnic makeup of our country has changed in the last ten years, using 2010 census data. For example, which areas of the country have seen the biggest change in the population of African Americans? Hispanics?
So how does this apply to us as educators?