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Staff Report on HispanicAmericans
Appendix D Problems with the Data
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1/2 percent 1976 NTIS Accession 60 percent Alejandro Portes Bilingual Education Act bilingual education programs black women California census Central/South American CETA characteristics Commission for Employment Commission for Manpower compared Cuban Cuban-Americans Department of Economics discrimination Economic Position educational attainment Employment and Training Employment Policy ethnic Evaluation experience Federal Florida George Borjas Group Race groups of Hispanic Hispanic groups Hispanic Origin Hispanic population Hispanic women Hispanic youth immigrants industries job market Kindred Workers labor force participation labor market position lack of proficiency language language-minority mainland Manpower Policy Massey Mexican Mexican-Americans and Puerto National Commission NCEP non-Hispanic occupations Patterns and Effects Position of Hispanic-Americans problems professional and related proficiency in English Puerto Ricans reason for Hispanics Roberto Fernandez SOURCE Spanish Spanish Origin Special Report tion title VII training programs U.S. Bureau U.S. Department U.S. Government Printing U.S. population unemployment rate University of Wisconsin-Madison vocational education Washington