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Challenge Team Interim Report
Hispanic population has always been low, and also poor. Also the education of Hispanics has been Low in the past years because they drop out. Also the Hispanic families are very small in the United States. We chose this project because we wanted to see how the years to come, if the Hispanic population will grow more, and become more stronger, and see how much it will grow and see if the Hispanics will come up in the United States.
To do this we have to took up information, and see how the population is right now. We also will look at United States census to see if families have gone up. Also we will find people to help us with the population, and with that we could see how much the population has grown and got better, and see how much it will keep growing in the years to come.
Progress to Date:
We have collected some information on Hispanics. We have also got on the internet to took up some census, and people have been helping us find information, and telling us were to look and were to find more information. By that we should have a good idea on how the population is growing and if it VA continue to grow more.
Currently, we have found out that the hipanic population has grown alot from the past few years, and that really soon it will be the largest. We also think that we will found out how large the population is now, and find out how big the population Mt[ get vath all the information. We will have data and numbers to show the Hispanic Population, and also show the Hispanic families in the United States. Those are the results that we expect to get doing this project.
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