Three out of every four students in L.A. Unified is Latino, this large percentage of Latino student enrollment generates the highest level of revenue for L.A. Unified budget compared to any other student group, and Latinos are the largest part of the L.A. Unified workforce. Despite the large representation of Latino students, families, and district workforce, Latino students are far from reaching their academic potential, with 18% fewer Latino students attending higher education after graduating L.A. Unified compared to students statewide,
The current report includes 10 years of data, making UCLA’s Hollywood Diversity Report the longest-running, consistent analysis of gender and racial diversity in the film industry. TV industry data, part two of the now biannual report, will be released in September 2021. Pay Special attention to page 24 and 25!
Research on California
California Statewide Adults, Ages 18+
Conducted June 26-July 6, 2020
N=600 Statewide Adults (N=1184 unweighted); Margin of Error is ±2.85%
N=222 Latino Adults (N=311 unweighted); Margin of Error is ±5.6%
N=36 African American Adults (N=300 unweighted; Margin of Error is ±5.7%
N=96 APA Adults (N=324 unweighted); Margin of Error is ±5.4%
Almost 60 million Latinos live in the United States, making up approximately 18 percent of the population. It is estimated that by 2060 approximately one in four people living in the United States will be Latino or of Hispanic heritage.
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