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Latino Education and Arizona's Economic Future

This 2012 report is a follow-up to the 2001 landmark publication, "Five Shoes." It focuses on Arizona's Latino educational attainment gap and its projected consequences on our economy and ability to compete.

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Arizona's Emerging Latino Vote

Latino Public Policy Center

This 2012 briefing projects the future impact of Latino voters as the younger Latino population - almost all U.S. citizens - come of legal age, possibly turning Arizona from a red state to a blue state by 2025 or 2030.


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Morrison Institute for Public Policy is a leader in examining Arizona and regional critical issues, and is a catalyst for public dialogue. An Arizona State University resource established in 1982, Morrison Institute uses nonpartisan research, analysis and public outreach to help improve the state's quality of life.
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Arizona Directions 2013

Fostering Data-Driven Dialogue in Public Policy

The annual statewide report card is produced by Arizona Indicators, an online data project managed by Morrison Institute. This 2013 edition focuses on the economy and education.


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Minorities hit hardest by Great Recession

Pew study shows Hispanics and Blacks fared much worse than Whites in the recent economic downturn.

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