- Thousands of students haven’t shown up for in-person or online school this year in Alabama
- > Nov 17, 7:49 AM: Education leaders across Alabama are now trying to account for more than 5,000 students who didn’t show up for in person or online school this year. The number is staggering and many believe the decline is COVID-19
- Public schools count of students falls 6,400
- Nov 13, 7:10 AM: A 6,400-student drop in public school enrollment this fall is partially offset by a nearly 3,900-student increase in home-school counts, according to a state analysis of the numbers.
- Utah public school enrollment drops for the first time in 20 years
- Nov 6, 7:12 AM: Utah’s public school enrollment has declined for the first time since 2000, according to data released Thursday by the Utah State Board of Education.
- Enrollment Is Dropping in New York City Schools, Parents Say
- Nov 4, 8:00 AM: Families moving kids to private schools, Hamptons seek less confusion and more in-person learning
- ‘Red shirt’ children: Public schools see plunge in student enrollment
- > Nov 3, 9:26 AM: Education officials nationwide have reported enrollment declines in the first fall semester since the novel coronavirus outbreak. Students who were expected to return are staying away in droves, raising concerns about where they
- More IPS Students Attend Innovation Schools As District Enrollment Dips During Pandemic
- Oct 30, 5:31 AM: Student enrollment at innovation schools increased by 2,610 students to 11,606, or 37 percent of IPS students. Just five years ago, innovation enrollment made up 4.5 percent of students.
- Idaho Public School Enrollment Drops, Virtual Schools See Big Gains
- Oct 28, 6:44 AM: Idaho public schools are serving 4,554 fewer students than they did last school year, marking the first time since 1997 that the state has seen a decline in enrollment.
- Sioux Falls enrollment drop causes $2.5 million loss in state aid
- Oct 27, 5:27 AM: South Dakota's largest school district was expected to increase by nearly 200 students this school year but instead saw a decrease of close to 300.
- Hoffman says parents should reconsider keeping kids out kindergarten
- Oct 27, 5:23 AM: A sharp drop in the number of youngsters in Arizona kindergartens this year due to COVID-19 could have ripple effects for years to come on their education.