Study: Hispanic immigrants' education levels rise

Census data analyzed by the Pew Hispanic Center show 41% of Hispanic immigrants have completed high school in 2000, more than doubling the rate since 1970. The rate compares with native-born Americans, 53% of whom graduated from high school.

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