Community Call: What next for DACA & Undocumented Immigrants?


Guide for Students With Interrupted Education


Focus on Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education Is Now Available

Many school across the national are working to support students with limited or interrupted formal education (SLIFE).  In this bulletin, we focus on the unique strengths and needs of SLIFE and explore academic and socio-emotional factors that may affect this group of ELL students along with examining the benefits of building community partnerships and providing a checklist of considerations for planning and delivering instruction to support the academic and linguistic development for these students.Download your copy today.

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Update on US-Hispanic Culture


MAY 15, 2015
A record 33.2 million Hispanics in the U.S. speak English proficiently. While this group makes up a growing share of Hispanics, the share that speaks Spanish at home has been declining.
Explore detailed characteristics of U.S. Hispanics at the national level, as well as state population totals. Key charts detail population growth, English proficiency and the share of Hispanics who are foreign born and of Mexican origin. READ MORE >>
Hispanics make up a larger share of the U.S. Catholic population than they do of almost any other religious group. And the Hispanic share of the Catholic population is likely to continue to grow at a rapid pace, since Hispanic Catholics are far younger, on average, than non-Hispanic Catholics. READ MORE >>

Database: Racial…

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