A tool, recently published by the Immigration Research Initiative, was highlighted in an article published by the Public News Service.
Senior Data and Policy Analyst, Anthony Capote, was quoted in the article:
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“If there are lots of immigrants in your state who are lacking in English language proficiency, that’s a good sign from a policy perspective that it’s time to bolster English as a Second Language programs,” Capote asserted. “Either in the schools or create secondary language on things like ballots and tax information.”