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Psychological health, academic success of Hispanic youth improve as ability to speak English grows

Hispanic teenagers who learn English well enough to engage in friendships and activities with members of mainstream U.S. culture are more likely to succeed in school and feel better about themselves and their futures, according to findings.
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