From 65 percent white in 1995 to 48 percent white in 2018. This is the percentage of whites (and the dramatic drop in percentage of whites) for K-12 public schools from 1995 to 2018.
The Great Replacement is real, and is nothing less than state policy. [U.S. has changed in key ways in the past decade, from tech use to demographics, Pew Research Center, December 20, 2019]:
Nonwhites now account for the majority of the nation’s newborns, as well as the majority of K-12 students in public schools. More than half of newborn babies in the U.S. are racial or ethnic minorities, a threshold first crossed in 2013. Nonwhite students also account for the majority of the nation’s K-12 public school students. As of fall 2018, children from racial and ethnic minority groups were projected to make up 52.9% of public K-12 students.
The Great Replacement is happening, and it’s impossible not to notice what the consequences of this racial change will be for the former 1st world nation of the United States of America.