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October 23, 2012



Your point still stands, but it's important to point out that PPS is measurably more diverse than the city of Portland as a whole:


Enrollment by Ethnicity / Race 2012
Asian 8.1%
African American 11.4%
Hispanic 16.2%
Native American 1.2%
Pacific Islander 0.9%
White 55.6%
Multiple Ethnicities Specified 6.7%

...and the school districts in outer east Portland, such as David Douglas, show even larger percentages of non-white students.

Hispanic 24.5% Native American 0.8% Asian 14.3% Black 9.5% Pacific Islander 1.2% White 44.3% Multiracial 5.3%


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