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Se Habla Español: U.S. Yet to Realize Many Benefits of a Growing Bilingual Population

Enrique Martínez-García, María Teresa Martínez-García, Jarod Coulter and Valerie Grossman

The Spanish-only-speaking population in the U.S. faces many challenges that include overcoming often lesser income prospects compared with monolingual English speakers.

July 13, 2021

Global Perspectives: Claudia Aguirre on Community Development, High School Dropouts and Immigration

Mark A. Wynne

Aguirre and Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan discussed the origins of BakerRipley, its mission, the problem of high school dropouts and the contributions of immigrants.

May 25, 2021

Global Perspectives: Tom Luce on Public Service, Education Reform

Mark A. Wynne

Luce and Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan discussed his career in law and public service, his decision to become a lawyer and the key challenges facing the U.S. education system.

December 03, 2019

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