Other LEP Data
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provide data on LEP individuals in the United States in many useful forms
including maps and charts based on U.S. Census data.
The Migrant Policy Institute (MPI) used 2006 American Community Survey and Census Data on Foreign Born Individuals by State to provide LEP numbers in these categories:
MLA Language Map- The MLA Language Map and its Data Center provide information about more than 47,000,000 people in the United States who speak languages other than English at home.
The Pew Hispanic Center has a wide variety studies on LEP individuals that are Spanish-speaking.
Census Scope- an easy-to-use tool for investigating U.S. demographic trends. The charts and maps can be used to determine many different features of LEP individuals.
Hablamos Juntos- is a project funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and administered by the UCSF Fresno Center for Medical Education & Research, to improve the access to health care services for LEP individuals.
Kids Count Census Data Online- a project by the Annie E. Casey Foundation is an interactive effort to track the status of children in the U.S. on children's issues using Census 2000 data, including the languages spoken at home.
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|Executive Order 13166|
|DOJ LEP Guidance|
|Federal Agency Guidance|
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|Other Group Data|
|Resources and Training|
|Language Access Guides|
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|Model LEP Plans|
|New York Resources|
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