This updated report explains three types of U.S. Census Bureau on language diversity that may help answer policy questions such as:
- Where in the state are resources needed to develop dual language/bilingual classes?
- Are certain languages concentrated in one or more areas of the state?
- What are the most common languages spoken in the state?
The report lays out the geographic regions for which these data are available, explains the reasons for choosing each data type, and notes some limitations of each data type.