A look at the 2002 census results regarding the U.S. Hispanic population.
In this paper the author takes an in-depth look at how the Hispanic population is faring in the United States. The author uses the 2002 census results as a reference point and then moves on to examine the education that Hispanics are receiving. The author concludes by asserting that if Hispanics become involved in the political system, this will help to understand and improve their situation.
?Thus, the presence of Hispanics in America today pose specific problems to various policymakers, educators and certain identified states. Hispanics generally do not view themselves as victims of discrimination, but their test scores and educational record account for institutionalized failure that adversely affects them.?