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Asians Comprise Half of Students at Top S.F. Schools

AsianWeek, Posted: Jan 04, 2009

SAN FRANCISCO -- All 10 of the San Francisco Unified School District's elementary schools recently named as 2008-2009 Title 1 Academic Achievement Award recipients have an Asian student enrollment of at least 53 percent, reports AsianWeek. The schools were selected because they qualify for Title 1, a federally funded program designed to improve the academic achievement of socio-economically disadvantaged students, and because they exceeded state academic growth targets. The 10 award-winning institutions are John Yehall Chin, Edward R. Taylor, Francis Scott Key, Garfield, Gordon Lau, Sherman, Sutro, Ulloa, Visitacion Valley and Yick Wo. The average enrollment of Asians at the 10 schools was 69 percent, according to the 2006-2007 School Accountability Report Card.

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