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Charts: All About Latino Students

Did you know 95% of Latino youth are citizens? More on Latino youth, aged 0-17. #KidsData pic.twitter.com/pWnJ2sNvBZ — NCLR (@NCLR) September 29, 2016 The vast majority of Latino youth are US citizens. Eight out of 10 states with fastest growing Latino populations between 2000-2015 were in the South. Graduation rates are up. All this and more via NCLR's new report #kidsdata.
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