Students in Catholic High Schools. According to Instituto Cervantes (2017), there are more Spanish speakers living in the United States than there are Spanish speakers in Spain. Tragically, many Spanish-speaking English Language Learners (ELLs) are failing in American schools (Huerta, Tong, Irby, & Lara-Alecio, 2016; Lichon & Dees, 2018). Yet, Catholic schools have demonstrated remarkable success with Hispanic/Latino students. In fact, Hispanic/Latino students who attend Catholic schools are 42% more likely to graduate from high school and two-and-a-half times more likely to graduate college than their peers in public schools (Lichon & Dees, 2017; Notre Dame Task Force, 2009). Why? What are Catholic schools doing to achieve such a high level of success? Based upon extensive research, Me Puede Enseñar uncovers important ideas on how educators can better support their Hispanic/Latino ELL students, assist the families of these students, and build internal structures for academic, cultural, and spiritual practices that best serve this student population. This book is a must read for all educators who work with Hispanic/Latino students.