At Coral Way Elementary School in Miami-Dade County, students take classes in Spanish in the morning, then switch to English in the afternoon.

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In Miami, School Aims For 'Biliterate' Education

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Four's The Score: One of a handful of performers to score an EGOT — an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony — Rita Moreno is revisiting the highlights and lowlights of her life and career in a new solo show.

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Moreno, Leguizamo Talk Latin Life In 'Hollywouldn't'

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Girl in a Coma performs in both English and Spanish — though none of the members is fluent in the latter.

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Girl In A Coma: Rockers Tackle Their Second Language

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Natalie Ochoa (left) and her mother, Betty Ochoa, say that services at the New Life Covenant church are less formal than those of the Catholic church they once attended.

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U.S. Hispanics Choose Churches Outside Catholicism

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Malin Alegria lives in San Jose, Calif., where she teaches and writes.

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Author Malin Alegria Builds On 'Estrella's' Star Power

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For A Bilingual Writer, 'No One True Language'

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A Spanish-language pamphlet for Cingular phone-rate information is displayed in a Cingular store in Elmhurst, Ill. Cingular announced in 2006 that it was converting 420 of its stores to "a bilingual concept," with both English and Spanish phone information and payment options, and bilingual staff members.

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Immigrant Parents Rely On Kids For Help Online

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The Subtleties Of Marketing Beer To Latinos

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Movie star Salma Hayek poses with "Dora the Explorer" during a 10th anniversary event last year. Dora, voiced by Caitlin Sanchez, is only one of the most recent Latino stars in a long history of Latinos on television.

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Listen to Felix Contreras talk about Latinos on TV

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Jose Zacarias lives in an old farmhouse flanked by corn and soybean fields near the edge of town. The Mexican-born immigrant came to West Liberty more than 25 years ago.

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A Look At Iowa's First Majority Hispanic Town

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