New England Had Its Own Little Baby Boom During the Pandemic: Report
While most of the United States has been seeing falling birth rates in the last few years, New England has had a mini-baby boom, according to the Pew Charitable Trusts. All six states in New England had rising birth rates between 2019 and 2021, which is just under half of all the 13 U.S. states that did so, according to…
Pew Research Report Shows 76% of Black Americans Say Race Shapes Their Identity
A new report by Pew Research Center says a majority of Black Americans believe being Black is central to how they think about themselves and shape their identities, even as many have diverse experiences and come from various backgrounds.
A Digital Divide Haunts Schools Adapting to Virus Hurdles
Philanthropy, federal relief funding and other community driven efforts to close the digital divide in a year of remote schooling have helped significantly to bring more children online. But many families remain underconnected.
What's Your Religion? In US, a Common Reply Now Is ‘None'
When Americans are asked by pollsters about their religious identity, the fastest-growing major group consists of those who don’t affiliate with any organized religion.