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In the early 1980s, Anne Aguilar Santucci, a descendant of Spaniards who had re-emigrated from Hawaii to California, corresponded with the Hawaii State Archivist, and obtained from that office a memo with the following figures for this diaspora: A handwritten note at the bottom of the memo reads: 8,000+ Spanish immigrants/ 2,000+ Portuguese immigrants. S. youngsters scored only about average on the tests, which is significantly behind the scores in Japan and Korea.

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