Who are the Puerto Rican pupils in the New York City public schools ?
The Board of Education, 1956 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 88 pages
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Relationship of Highest Grade Reached
Size of Population Center in which Pupils
Ability to Understand Spoken English
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analysis of variance attained or exceeded average USE scores cent of Group City Public Schools City Schools Six exceeded the average exclusively mainland exclusively mainland-schooled pupils four ethno-educational groups Grade 9 Grade of Entry Grades Attended Group A pupils Group C Group high school grades highest grade reached household group initial grade placement island island-schooled pupils Group junior high school mainland schools mainland-born pupils non-Puerto Rican parentage number of grades parents Percentage of Pupils Performance of Island-Schooled persons per room Population Center Puerto Rican parentage Puerto Rican pupils Puerto Rican Study Pupils Classified According Pupils Had Attended pupils in Grades pupils of non-Puerto pupils of Puerto pupils tested reached in Puerto referent Group Rican Parentage Group Rico School in Puerto SECOND SOCIO-EDUCATIONAL SURVEY Spanish Spanish-language tested in Grades transfer type of population typical Group U.S. Census Bureau understand spoken English York City Public York City schools