Oregon high school benefits from small-school approach

10/4/2006 | Oregonian (Portland), The

After three small schools were established within North Portland's Roosevelt High School, which serves mainly low-income minority students, test scores and student behavior improved. Pupils complain, however, that since the division, schools tend to follow racial lines, which has hurt student-body cohesiveness.

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