The US is on track to become the largest college town in the world, according to a new report.
Key points: University students now make up about half the population in America’s biggest city, BostonThe US now has the most students per capita in the developed world.
Aboriginal people make up nearly a quarter of the country’s population.
It is the latest in a string of studies that suggest the US is poised to become a higher education powerhouse.
The US Census Bureau said that by 2025, there would be more than 2.4 million full-time students in college, more than twice the number that existed in 2008.
The trend, which has been well documented, has coincided with a steep rise in enrolments and tuition costs.
It has led to a major increase in the size of American college towns.
“We’ve been very concerned about what we are seeing in college,” said Tim Crouch, a professor of urban studies at Northeastern University in Boston.
“I think this has been a turning point.”
The US is set to become home to 1.2 million people by 2025.
But the city of Boston, which hosts about one in three US students, is the nation’s largest.
The census also found that there were 1.8 million students living in college-towns across the US in 2025, a rise of about 1,400 people over the previous year.
It found that while the number of full- and part-time undergraduates has fallen, the number living in cities with population over a million has increased by more than 4 million.
The numbers of students living and working in the suburbs of major cities are also rising, and by 2021, there will be nearly one in four people living in the “metropolitan core” of cities with more than 10 million residents.
The rise in the number is also reflected in how the Census Bureau classifies cities.
In 2025, the city with the largest number of students is Boston, with 3.3 million students, which includes nearly 1 in three of its residents.
The second-largest city is Washington, DC, with 2.5 million students.
The largest metros are Philadelphia with about one-third of its population, Baltimore with about half of its and Houston with less than a third.
New York City is the second-most populated metropolis, with more students than its second-biggest city, Chicago.
A growing number of cities are beginning to break away from their traditional cities to create new areas where students can live, work and study.
In Atlanta, students will be able to move into new dorms, which will be called “urban hubs”.
In Miami, students who can’t afford housing will have access to a $100,000-a-year community college.
Students who live in the more expensive parts of the city can also take advantage of more affordable private schools.
Cities are also becoming more diverse, with students from minority groups more than doubling their enrollment.
In Houston, more white students now live in a predominantly black district than in the entire city of Houston in 2000.
The Census Bureau is using its census to predict the size and growth of a city’s population, and how that will impact the number and quality of students it can accept.
The Bureau has also been working to understand how the US population is changing, by collecting data on people’s health and income levels.
But these studies have not been particularly accurate.
The current trends suggest that the US could become the world’s third-largest college town by 2025 and, according, will have more than one million full time students in 2025.
“The US has been growing, but not so fast that it has become the most expensive place in the country,” Crouch said.
“In a lot of ways, we have gone backwards and we have not done a very good job of understanding how fast the growth has slowed.”
We have not had the opportunity to see how many students there are, what the quality of the students are and how many colleges there are.
“Crouch, who has worked in the field for 25 years, said it was a matter of “crowding out” the other schools and colleges.”
It is a situation where the other institutions are not really competing with us and there are other institutions competing with them and the other universities, and it creates a kind of perverse incentives,” he said.”
When there is a glut of students and there is not a glut, the other ones tend to be out in the cold and you end up with a lot more students.
“The Bureau estimates that the growth in enrolment has been driven by a combination of factors, including more people living and learning in the urban core of cities.
Among them is the influx of students from the inner cities.
The Bureau found that students who were born outside the US were almost twice as likely to live in an inner city than students who came