The increase in population occurred in almost every county in the state of California. These results show California’s population is still growing. The largest percentage of ethnic growth was with Asians, Latinos, and Pacific Islanders. Even though many think the Pacific is what lures people to the Golden State, the largest increase in populations occurred in central California. Planning for the needs of these communities will task policy makers for many years to come. Demand for resources in these communities will become evident as coalitions of community organizers start seeking infrastructural and financial services. CAFF is looking forward to researching these communities’ financial needs to help educational institutions deliver financial solutions that are culturally relevant.
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