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The Neo-Latino

In the early 1990's the U.S. Census Bureau projected the Hispanic-origin population would be the largest growing group. These projections also revealed that by the year 2000, the Hispanic-origin population might increase to 31 million (The official 2000 Census count was 35.3 million/12.5% of U.S. population), to double its 1990 (22.4 million) size by 2015 (that would be 44.8 million), and quadruple its 1990 size by the middle of the next century (89.6 million).


Latino Education, Multiculturalism and Culturism

Latinos score lower than whites on tests and drop-out of school more often and it is largely their fault!!!! The same goes for Black American youth! Wow!!! That was risky. One can get fired for saying such things.


Latino Facts And Education

Latino's in America are the fastest significant population of students. 1986 to 1995, Latino's have dramatically increased in percentage in Elementary and Secondary. White American has decreased, while the majority of black students remained the same in percentage.


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