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Flying_James Said,
February 24th, 2011 @8:52 pm  

Are you sure about that percentage?

Ryunkin Said,
February 24th, 2011 @9:06 pm  

I hate to say this because most of my best friends have been Latino and I have PR relatives but, on a general level they’re not the sharpest tacks in the box and a good part of it has to with the fact that their cultures haven’t stressed education like the Chinese or Indians have. This will only change when the various Latino cultures change their attitudes and accept the fact that they are not competitive in a very competive world, unless they want to mow lawns and push drugs for eternity.

Joseph the Second Said,
February 24th, 2011 @9:21 pm  

I suspect they’re not as Culturally Inclined, Financially able, or fluent enough in English yet- to be able to go on to a University. And I JUST as equally suspect; that given a Generation or Two- they WILL be. Because THAT’s the path of “assimilation” that most Immigrants have taken in this Country over the Centuries… It’s ALL a Matter of Time.. :)

Panarion Said,
February 24th, 2011 @9:39 pm  

of those 10% how many take Spanish classes and finish with a “B” ?

Randy H Said,
February 24th, 2011 @10:25 pm  

Let me think……………

Oh I know–because only about 10% speak english!!???

cbjack Said,
February 24th, 2011 @10:27 pm  

They are happier and better off without it. They have no huge student loans to pay off.

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