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Advertising Age lists five "surprising" facts from the Census.  Although aimed for marketers, they are useful for educators as well.

Census 2010: Five Surprising Facts Marketers Should Know News

1. There are 1.2 million fewer children in the Northeast and Midwest than there were in 2000.
2. Minority populations grew eight times faster than the majority white, non-Hispanic population.
3. Hispanics are more highly concentrated than the headline about their rapid nationwide growth would suggest.
4. The Asian population is the fastest-growing racial or ethnic group in the U.S., but it is even more highly concentrated than the Hispanic population.
5. Among the 37.7 million African-Americans counted in the 2010 Census, many are moving to the suburbs and back to the South.

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