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TODOS General Meeting. Steve Klass Salt Lake City, Utah, April 2008. Percent Hispanic by State. Which 8 states had the highest percentage of Hispanics in their population?. Percent Hispanic by State. New Mexico 43% California 35% Texas 35% Arizona 28%

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todos general meeting

TODOS General Meeting

Steve Klass

Salt Lake City, Utah, April 2008

percent hispanic by state
Percent Hispanic by State
  • Which 8 states had the highest percentage of Hispanics in their population?
percent hispanic by state3
Percent Hispanic by State
  • New Mexico 43%
  • California 35%
  • Texas 35%
  • Arizona 28%
  • Nevada 23%
  • Colorado 19%
  • Florida 19%
  • New York 16%
latino distribution
Latino Distribution
  • In 2004, 80% of all Hispanics in the U.S. lived in which 9 states?
4 out of 5 hispanics live in 9 states
4 out of 5 Hispanics live in 9 states
  • California 30.3%
  • Texas 18.9%
  • Florida 8.0%
  • New York 7.4%
  • Illinois 4.3%
  • Arizona 3.9%
  • New Jersey 3.2%
  • Colorado 2.1%
  • New Mexico 2.0%
english only
English Only?
  • What percentage of Americans favors doing away with Bilingual Education?
      • 34%
      • 56%
      • 49%
      • 61%
bilingual education
Bilingual Education
  • Overall 49% of the public favors doing away with bilingual education and requiring that all public school students are taught in English only. This policy proposal is most popular among staunch conservatives – fully 80% favor such an approach.

Pew 2005

bilingual education8
Bilingual Education
  • Only 53% of moderate Republicans and even fewer populists (43%) favor doing away with bilingual education. Democrats are also divided on the issue. socially conservative Democrats are most supportive of this proposal (58% favor). Liberals are least enthusiastic – 29% are in favor.

Pew Hispanic Center 2005

no child left behind
No Child Left Behind
  • What percentage of Americans surveyed say NCLB has made schools better?
        • 45%
        • 20%
        • 55%
        • 34%
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NCLB
  • Among those who have heard about the law, 34% say the law has made schools better; 26% say it has made schools worse; and 32% say it has had no impact.

Pew, June 2007

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NCLB
  • Overall, 45% of the public, and about the same percentage of parents with children in public schools (43%), say the law overemphasizes standardized testing, based on those who have heard a lot or a little about No Child Left Behind.

Pew Hispanic Center, June 2007

se habla espa ol
¿Se Habla Español?
  • What percentage of foreign-born Hispanics report that they speak only Spanish at home?
      • 29%
      • 52%
      • 61%
      • 43%
home language
Home Language
  • More than half of foreign-born Hispanics (52%) report that they speak only Spanish at home, but that is true of just 11% of their adult children and of 6% of the children of U.S.-born Hispanics.

Pew, Nov. 2007

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Home Language
  • However, fully 88% of their U.S.-born adult children report that they speak English very well. Among later generations of Hispanic adults, the figure rises to 94%.

Pew Hispanic Center, Nov. 2007

language and education
Language and Education
  • Among Hispanic immigrants with college degrees, what percentage report that they speak English very well?
      • 62%
      • 82%
      • 34%
      • 11%
language and education16
Language and Education
  • College education is closely tied to the ability to speak and read English. Among Hispanic immigrants with college degrees, 62% report that they speak English very well.

Pew, Nov. 2007

language and education17
Language and Education
  • That share drops to 34% among those with high school diplomas and 11% among those who did not complete high school.

Pew, Nov. 2007

chance for success
Chance for Success
  • In which state does a child have the best chance for success?
      • New Mexico
      • California
      • Missouri
      • Virginia
chance for success19
Chance for Success
  • A child growing up in Virginia has the best chance of succeeding in life, while a child raised in New Mexico has the worst, according to a report that predicts success by looking at children’s formative years in each state, as well as student performance in a state’s K-12 education system and beyond.

EdWeek, Jan 4, 2007;

Quality Counts 2007

educational attainment
Educational Attainment
  • About how many Latinos aged 25 and older are high school graduates?
      • 32%
      • 45%
      • 48%
      • 60%
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Educational Attainment
  • About 60 percent of Latinos aged 25 and older are high school graduates and about 13% had a bachelor’s degree or more education.
achievement gap
Achievement Gap
  • According to the 2005 NAEP Grade 8 Mathematics results, what percent of ELL students scored below basic?
      • 55%
      • 71%
      • 63%
      • 82%
achievement gap23
Achievement Gap
  • The 2005 NAEP data indicates that 71% of 8th Grade ELL students scored below basic in Mathematics while the percentage of white students at the same level was 21%.
school enrollment
School Enrollment
  • In 2006, what percentage of public school enrollment in grades K-12 was Latino?
      • 32%
      • 19%
      • 24%
      • 11%
latino enrollment
Latino Enrollment

19%

Pew Hispanic Center, 2006

increases in enrollment
Increases in Enrollment

Between 1993 and 2003, the total number of children enrolled in U.S. public schools increased by 4.7 million. What percentage of that total were Latino students?

  • 20%
  • 55%
  • 64%
  • 82%
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Increases in Enrollment
  • Hispanics accounted for 3 million new students, or 64% of the increase.
native hispanics
Native Hispanics
  • What percentage of all Hispanics in the United States of America are U.S. citizens?
      • 45%
      • 52%
      • 61%
      • 72%
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Native Hispanics
  • Nearly three-quarters of Hispanics are U. S. citizens either through birth (about 61 percent) or naturalization (about 11 percent).
  • About 28 percent of Hispanics are foreign born and have not become U. S. citizens.
  • Among non-Hispanic whites, 96 percent were born in the U. S., 2 percent are citizens through naturalization, and the remaining 2 percent were born abroad and not U. S. citizens.
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