Since the first edition of this book in 2003, the Latino population in the United States has grown from 13 to 17 percent (and increased by 9 million people). Representation of Latino students enrolled in public elementary and secondary schools increased from 19 to 24 percent of all students. The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) showed that in math and reading, Latino students continue to score far below the national average. Their high school completion rate showed a modest improvement from 57 to 65 percent in the period between 2003 and 2015. However, it remains the lowest among any other group (Santiago, Galdeano, & Taylor, 2015).