Population Patterns and Educational Attainment of Mexican-Americans 1994-2004

Chacon, Yamilette
September 2005
Sociation Today;2005, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
The article presents a study of the population pattern and educational attainment of Mexican-Americans from the year 1994 to 2004. Survey results from the U.S. Bureau of the Census indicate that Mexican-American population is growing faster when compared to non-Hispanic whites and non-Hispanic blacks. In terms of educational attainment, however, Mexican-Americans present a lower level of educational attainment compared to non-Hispanic whites and non-Hispanic blacks although a dramatic shift is seen in second or higher generations.


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