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Latinos Prioritizing Education

In news that will hopefully surprise no one, recent polling data shows that Latinos in the U.S. see education as an important issue -- with some prioritizing the subject over immigration.
U.S. Latinos also have firm opinions when it comes to K-12 education. Approximately 53 percent of Latinos stated K-12 education was on the "wrong track," while just 38 percent indicated that it was headed in the "right direction." However, Latinos were more likely than the general market to say K-12 education was "going in the right direction" (38 percent compared to 32 percent). Overall, roughly 60 percent of the nation indicated K-12 education was on the "wrong track," compared to just 53 percent of Latino respondents.

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