The number Hispanic children enrolled in US public schools between 1993-94 and 2002-03 increased by 3 million. Total enrollment in public schools increased by 4.7 million, to 46.6 million, and that represented the most robust period of enrollment growth since the matriculation of baby boomers. This boom was largely driven by Latinos, who accounted for 64% of the increase. Read More

Russell Heimlich  is a former web developer at Pew Research Center.