NCARB recently released its 2020 NCARB by the Numbers report, which analyzes and presents the demographic information collected by the organization.
The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) recently released its 2020 NCARB by the Numbers report, which analyzes and presents demographic information collected by the professional licensing organization.
This year’s edition, which documents many of the same racial and gender inequalities from previous reports and arrives at a time when those inequalities are receiving renewed and widespread criticism, has a new section: “NCARB and NOMA.” Here, the board has partnered with the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) to look into the results from a survey with thousands of respondents in the field. The survey data presents disparities between men and women, as well as between BIPOC and white people in how young professionals are able to pay for registration exams and study materials, find role models in their firms, and more.
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