According to the most recent available data (2005-2006) from the New York State Report Cards, Limited English Proficient Students made up 7.6% of the total of all three North End Elementary Schools in New Rochelle (Davis, Ward and Webster). In contrast, Limited English Proficient Students made up 31.3% of the South End Elementary Schools (Trinity, Jefferson and Columbus). Unfortunately, the New York State Education Department has not released more current data. It is important to note that the City School District does not allow Parent Choice between South End and North End Schools. Therefore, South End children are not allowed to attend North End schools. Is this equitable or just another form of segregation? Does the School District make it more difficult for South End children to succeed?