18%: The percentage of Latino immigrants who say English is the primary language spoken at home, compared to 26% of Asian immigrants.
21.5%: The share of second-generation Latino undergrads under age 30 who took calculus in high school. (Those who complete advanced courses in high school are more likely to earn a bachelor’s degree, the study says.)
46%: The share of second-generation Asian-Americans who took calculus in high school.
52%: The percentage of Latino immigrants who ever took at least one remedial college course.
40%: The percentage of Asian immigrants who ever enrolled in at least one remedial college course.
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