Using Census Bureau statistics and Google Maps, the Center for Immigration Studies found that in areas including northern Virginia, New York City and Houston, children of immigrants made up to 93 percent of all students.
"The number of children from immigrant households in schools is now so high in some areas that it raises profound questions about assimilation," said the report provided to Secrets.
"What's more, immigration has added enormously to the number of public school students who are in poverty and the number who speak a foreign language. This cannot help but to create significant challenges for schools, often in areas already struggling to educate students who come from disadvantaged backgrounds," it added.
The interactive report allows users to drill down to counties and cities to see the immigrant numbers in the "Public Use Micro Areas" used in Census studies. It focuses on PUMAs of 20,600 students or more.
Overall, 23 percent of all public school students were from an immigrant household in 2015.Read more at WashingtonExaminer