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Wisconsin's Demographic Changes: Impact on Rural Schools and Communities

Sarah Kemp, Researcher with the UW-Madison's Applied Population Laboratory (APL), examines rural school issues, student enrollment projections, redistricting, and demographic change in inner-ring suburbs.
Date
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Time
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Location
259 Educational Sciences
Address
1025 West Johnson St
Madison WI 53706
Description
Rural areas of Wisconsin face challenges in maintaining population size due to an aging population and declining number of children and young adults. This presentation illustrates these demographic shifts and their effects on rural school districts, as well as businesses, social services, and housing.

Sarah Kemp, Researcher with the UW-Madison's Applied Population Laboratory (APL), examines rural school issues, student enrollment projections, redistricting, and demographic change in inner-ring suburbs. 

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Jennifer Seelig
jseelig@wisc.edu
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