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Hispanic income growth since 2011 in Texas is partially attributed to gains in higher education, a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas found.
The portion of Hispanics who attained high school diplomas and bachelor's degrees rose by about 1.5 percentage points each from 2011 to 2016, according to the Fed, as dropout rates among Hispanics declined.
A rapid rise in Hispanic household income in Texas accompanies that shift. READ MORE AT CHRON