Students on their way to school are increasingly being targeted by immigration agents, advocates say, stirring fear and distress.
Hispanics are finding it more challenging to hang onto Spanish at home as more young Latinos speak English at home than ever before.
Deaf or hard-of-hearing Latino students in the U.S. face enormous language issues. If they want to communicate with Spanish-speaking relatives, they might need to learn not...
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State and national standardized testing scores for Hispanic students are far below those of their white counterparts, even decades of reforms aimed at reversing the trend.
In a massive operation launched by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in 2014, agents reported more than $2 million seized from transnational smuggling organizations.
Advocates say they may sue to force the government to release women and their families held at the detention centers.
The raids were part of an operation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents that targeted families who came to the US after 2014.
Three mothers and five children were pulled out of a plane as they were being deported because they had not exhausted their legal options.
Alarm and misinformation abounds in the Hispanic community after ICE carried out a series of immigration raids in Texas, Georgia and North Carolina.