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Which Country Has the Oldest Population? It Depends on How You Define ‘Old.’

(2019) Japan, Italy, and Germany top the list of the world’s oldest countries—if the data are based on the share of the population ages 65 and older.

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2013 World Population Data Sheet

(2013) Africa, by far the world’s poorest region, will record the largest amount of population growth of any world region between now and 2050.

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Lesson Plan: 2019 World Population Data Sheet

PRB’s World Population Data Sheet is an excellent reference and data analysis tool. Teachers are encouraged to have their students use the Data Sheet for a variety of topics and activities.

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Lesson Plan: 2020 World Population Data Sheet

(2020) PRB’s World Population Data Sheet is an excellent reference and data analysis tool. Teachers are encouraged to have their students use the Data Sheet for a variety of topics and activities.

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Project: PACE: Policy, Advocacy, and Communication Enhanced for Population and Reproductive Health

2020 World Population Data Sheet Lesson Plan Slidedeck (PPT)

(2020) PRB’s World Population Data Sheet is an excellent reference and data analysis tool. This series of short activities allows students to access a wealth of data on the world, regions, and individual countries, and develop their data literacy skills and knowledge of geography.

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Lesson Plan. 2020 World Population Data Sheet (PDF)

(2020) PRB’s World Population Data Sheet is an excellent reference and data analysis tool. This series of short activities allows students to access a wealth of data on the world, regions, and individual countries, and develop their data literacy skills and knowledge of geography.

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Hispanics Account for Almost One-Half of U.S. Population Growth

(2006) With a population growth rate of nearly 1 percent a year, the United States is the fastest growing developed country in the world. While many European countries are facing population decline, the U.S. population is growing as fast as or faster than many developing countries. And the total population of the United States (currently at 296 million) is expected to reach 300 million some time this summer—and about 450 million by the year 2050.

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