One of the most important issues to the country’s Latino population? Education, according to a recent study by the Pew Research Center.
“The study opens up the stereotype that Latinos are only concerned with the issue of immigration,” Abril Trigo, director of the Center of Latin American Studies at Ohio State University, said in this Columbus Dispatch article. “For Latinos — people who are legal citizens — education is important because it looks to forward the future of our kids. But Latinos are not only migrants, they are people, too, and have concerns not just about migration.”