Study: Bilinguals have better college outcomes, labor advantages
from NBC News
From Oct. 15:
Children of immigrants who can speak, read and write in both English and the language spoken at home have an advantage in the labor market, a new report finds. The report by the Civil Rights Project at UCLA and the Educational Testing Service, a nonprofit testing organization, shows that individuals with immigrant backgrounds who only speak English and don't retain the language spoken at home lose between $2,000 and $5,000 annually.
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