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"Working toward educational, economic, and social equality for Hispanics in Idaho"

 
**New Report** - Hispanics: An Overview - Idaho At A Glance

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Hispanics: An Overview
January 2016, Vol. 7, No. 2

Like the rest of the nation, Idaho is becoming more diverse, mainly because of its growing
Hispanic population.



Hispanics: Labor Force and Economy
March 2016, Vol. 7, No. 3

Idaho's civilian labor force is becoming more diverse, mainly because of the state's growing Hispanic population. In 2014, Hispanics made up 12% of Idaho's available labor force, compared to 7% in 2000.




Hispanic & Education
May 2016, Vol. 7, No. 4

Hispanic students make up 18% of the 292,000 students enrolled in Idaho's public K-12 schools. These 51,000 students are overwhelmingly concentrated in southern Idaho.





Hispanics Health
February 2013, Vol. 4, No. 1

This report gives an overview of health status, behavior, and insurance coverage among Hispanic Idahoans.




2016 People's Review of Education in Idaho

This is the inaugural edition of this annual public opinion survey. See for yourself what Idahoans think and value most about Idaho's public education system.

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A New Frontier: UTILIZING CHARTER SCHOOLING TO STRENGTHEN RURAL EDUCATION

Public schools in rural communities enroll 11 million students, representing 25 percent of public school enrollment nationwide.



Redistricting: Idaho's future is being set NOW. YOUR voice counts!

The process to align the state's political boundaries to match population changes.



Hispanic Population Statistics by County



Idaho Top 10 School Districts with the highest % of Hispanic students



Work Plan

The "Idaho Summit on Educational Excellence About Hispanic Affairs" provided educators, community leaders, policy makers, and interested members of the public with a forum for networking and exchanging information about current education issues and needs within Idaho's Hispanic community and possible solutions.



Hispanic Buying Power 2013

The economic influence of Idaho's largest minority continued to increase in 2013 even as the growth of buying power overall slowed in the postrecession expansion.



Snapshot of Idaho Latino Community
January 2009

As the US Census continues to confirm a dramatic growth of Hispanic in Idaho, the demand for demographic data and information regarding this population continues to be an essential resource for understanding and serving this community.



The Hispanic Profile Data Book for Idaho

From 2000 to 2010, Idaho's Hispanic population increased by more than 74,000 (73 percent) to 175,901. The growth rate for non-Hispanics in the same decade was 17 percent (U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010).



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