Post-Maria Puerto Rican student enrollment in Florida 2017

This table presents the post-Hurricane-Maria increase in Puerto Rican student enrollment in Florida school districts as of December 2017. In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, thousands of Puerto Ricans migrated to neighboring Florida, where Puerto Rican student enrollment increased by 4.9 percent statewise compared to its 2015 level. In counties such as Orange or Osceola, the increase was 7.2 and 9.8 percent respectively.

Post-Hurricane-Maria increase in Puerto Rican student enrollment in Florida school districts as of December 2017

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Release date

December 2017

Region

Puerto Rico, United States (Florida)

Survey time period

September 20, 2017 to December 5, 2017

Special properties

increase compared to 2015 figures

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