Latino First Spoken Language Analysis

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Furthermore, another question someone may ask is, “What makes Latinos different from African American students that also live in poor districts with little resources”? First of all, it is important to recognize that it is true that African American students also live in impoverished communities and attend lowly funded schools. However, the difference is that there is a language barrier that disadvantages both parents and students. When students are enrolled into school, the first question school officials ask is “What is the child’s first spoken language”? This question automatically categorizes that student. For numerous Latino students the answer to that language question is Spanish. Spanish is the first spoken language for many Latinos,
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