From Boys to Men: The health and education of Hispanic boys and young men
This data-rich report, from The National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families, compares the health and education of Latino boys and young men to those of their black and white peers. Hispanic males face challenges, such as a lower rate of educational attainment, but they also have strengths, such as beginning life with a particularly healthy start. The Center is led by Child Trends and Abt Associates with university partners.
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