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One Nation, One Standard
“The Hispanic community doesn’t care about education as much as other minority groups.” This is the controversial claim of Herman Badillo’s immigrant education reform manifesto, One Nation One Standard. Badillo himself embodies the idea of immigrant ascension. Orphaned as a young boy in Puerto Rico, he surmounted the hurdles of the New York public education system to become the first ever Puerto Rican member of the House of Representatives. Originally a champion of bilingual education, Badillo now believes it prevents immigrant children from engaging in American society. Today Think Tank sits down with Herman Badillo to discuss his journey, how to fix public education and what the Hispanic community can do to succeed in America.
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Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, former U.S. Congressman and author of One Nation, One Standard: An Ex-Liberal on How Hispanics Can Succeed Just Like Other Immigrant Groups.
Originally Aired: 5/10/2007
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