|Grade level and race/ethnicity||Number who spoke a language other than English at home||Percentage of population who spoke a language other than English at home||Percentage of population who spoke English with difficulty|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||22,000||32.8||6.1!|
|American Indian/Alaska Native||78,000||17.5||2.8|
|More than one race||112,000||8.9||1.7|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||15,000||32.1||6.8!|
|American Indian/Alaska Native||47,000||15.4||2.7|
|More than one race||77,000||8.3||1.6|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||8,000!||34.4||4.6!|
|American Indian/Alaska Native||31,000||21.9||2.9!|
|More than one race||36,000||10.5||1.8!|
! Interpret data with caution.
1 Total includes other race/ethnicity categories not separately shown.
NOTE: Respondents were asked if each child in the household spoke a language other than English at home. If they answered "yes," they were asked how well each child could speak English. Categories used for reporting were "very well," "well," "not well," and "not at all." All those who reported speaking English less than "very well" were considered to have difficulty speaking English. Includes those students who are age 5 or older. Race categories exclude persons of Hispanic origin. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 2005.