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There are also about a million Latinos in functions of management in companies, across the country and this number continues to grow. Universia Knowledge Wharthon, added in his report, that in the opinion of social demographers and economists of Wharton, the burgeoning Hispanic population represents both challenges and opportunities for the future. Short-term Hispanics could stimulate business activity, encourage the weakened housing market, replenish an ageing labour force or revitalize ailing communities. But to increase Hispanic babies and the non Hispanic white population shrinks, it also began to emerge a real ethnic generational gap. According to experts, at the risk of losing their competitive leadership, long-term the country must find a way of educating a generation of children increasingly more diverse and less privileged. Very interesting as designated information source, exposes it that: the future of the United States is increasingly more linked to their groups population minority, said Steve Murdock, former director of the Office of the United States Census (in English US Bureau of the Census) and Professor of sociology at Rice University in Houston. For example, in Texas, home to more Hispanics than any other State except California, over the last decade, 95% of the growth of the child population has been Hispanic.

And as it has been increasing the number of Hispanic students, the number of students with difficulties has also grown, explains Murdock. For the first time in history, more than half of children who study in public schools in Texas are Hispanic. We must change these children’s educational future. Not only for them, but also for our own benefit, says Murdock. It is a fact: If we do not have the resources, if we do not invest in these stocks from an early age could end up being poorer and less competitive. If we invest we could obtain advantages.