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English Becomes Dominant Language for Hispanics Two Generations After Immigration
By Stephanie Czekalinsk
English-Only Debated, Again
By Rosa Ramirez
No Matter the Cost, English-Language Requirements Aren’t Going Anywhere
The U.K. and the U.S. both want English-speaking residents. The difference? In the U.S., you’ll have to learn it on your own.
By Matt Berman
Rubio adds English amendment to immigration bill.
What’s Happening to the First State?
Pires calls Carper “professional parasite” who didn’t read ACA.
H.S. Graduation Gaps Between Races Narrowing
However, students of color still graduate from high school at lower rates than their white peers.
By Emily DeRuy and Janie Boschma
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