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0 Hispanic Americans as a group include people
who are Mexican Americans, Central, and
South Americans, Chicanos, Spanish
Americans , Latin Americans, Puerto Ricans,
Cubans, Guatemalans, and Salvadorans.
Hispanic Americans
0 Stereotypes
0 According to U.S. Census Bureau
population estimates as of July 1,
2013, there are roughly 54 million 0 https://www.youtub
Hispanics living in the United States,
representing approximately 17% of the
U.S. total population, making people of GsMypvI
Hispanic origin the nation's largest
ethnic or race minority.
0 The U.S. Hispanic population for 2060
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is estimated to reach 128.8 million, //
constituting approximately 31% of the
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Cultural Characteristics
0 Educators who plan 0 Learning certain values
and implement a and traits;
Multicultural 0 improve learning
Curriculum can experiences and self-
benefit from esteem
Knowledge, 0 Get to know individual
Hispanic learners
understanding, and
0 Visit Hispanic learners
appreciation of
in their homes to learn
Hispanic Learners
first hand about their
and culture lives

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Socioeconomic Status
0 Hispanic children are 0 Socioeconomic
more likely than status is a result of
other children to live their educational
in every poor attainment, as is
neighborhoods true from other
0 Fewer Hispanics age
25 or older have
completed high
school than have
African American
and European