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TitleBehind the Starting Line: Poverty Among Hispanic Infants
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PublisherCarsey School of Public Policy
DateAugust 2015
Pages10 pp.
DescriptionThis issue brief discusses the impact of U.S.-born Hispanic infants on population growth. A disproportionate share of Hispanic infants start life at an economic disadvantage, threatening childhood development, later academic achievement, transitions into adulthood, and incorporation into the economic, social, and political mainstream.
Filed inDisparities > Early childhood, Children & Youth > Early childhood, Children & Youth > Economy and workforce
TopicsChildren & Youth, Disparities
Added08/13/2015 11:59am
Updated03/07/2016 03:03pm

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