With more than 40 million Spanish-speaking readers and language learners, according to the Census Bureau, the U.S. has the fourth-largest Spanish-speaking population in the world, after Mexico, Spain, and Argentina.
When in 2021, 23 young people, enrolled in the San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD) Dual Language Program, received their graduation diplomas, history was made.
In commemoration of the death of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra and Garcilaso de la Vega, ten curiosities about the Spanish language, the second most studied language worldwide.
The United States Census Bureau has released data referring to the year 2022, from which it can be seen that one in five Americans is of Hispanic origin, which establishes that around 63 million Hispanics live in the United States of America.
Spanish predated English in arriving in what is now the United States. For 400 years, the two languages have co-existed; today’s immigrants continue to bring variation.