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Demographics on the Ground

Shortly after that election I received an email from one of my sons who lives in the Atlanta area now. He had found a web site that shows the ethnic breakdown of Brookfield Elementary School in Chantilly, which he attended as a sixth grader in 1983 when we had just arrived. On a pie chart, which you can find by scrolling down on the Great Schools web site, you can see that the largest ethnic group now attending the school is Hispanic at 40%. Next are Asians at 23%, then Whites at 20% and Blacks at 12%. My son can recall there being only one Hispanic student at the school in the half year he was there. I coached basketball in the very large Chantilly Youth Association for nine years, and I can’t recall a single Hispanic player.

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