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CPS selective enrollment schools to accept fewer affluent students under proposed change
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Mar 11, 6:58 AM: In one of his first major moves as CEO, Pedro Martinez is proposing the school district drop part of the current system that awards 30% of the seats at these schools strictly based on a student’s seventh grade marks and test >
Some L.A. schools face uncertain futures as student enrollment declines dramatically
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Mar 8, 10:22 AM: Districts across California are bracing for the effect of declining enrollment, because state funding is based on the number of students in the classroom.
Palm Beach County school leaders making progress in finding missing students
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Mar 8, 9:46 AM: For more than a year, leaders in the School District of Palm Beach County have spent countless hours trying to track down thousands of missing students.
Why do so many families opt out of OUSD schools? It’s complicated
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Mar 8, 8:53 AM: Thousands of children who live in Oakland don’t attend district schools. With more closures looming, we spoke to four families about why they decided to leave.
David Banks’ brutal honesty on why families are fleeing NYC public schools
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Mar 4, 10:08 AM: This exodus from DOE schools “is an indictment of the work that we have done.” And COVID accelerated the rush out: January data show that DOE K-12 enrollment fell 5.6% this year to roughly 821,000 students.
Report: Enrollment plunged in Connecticut schools last year
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Mar 3, 6:23 AM: Student enrollment plummeted last school year by 3 percent, a decline usually seen over several years and officials said has yet to bounce back.
Opinion: Denver’s shrinking school enrollment is an opportunity to improve
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Mar 3, 6:22 AM: The Denver Public School Board just navigated a difficult set of decisions regarding the renewal of 16 of Denver’s 58 charter schools. The DPS charter renewal process and outcome was an exemplar for how to do school authorizing >
As NYC school enrollment shrinks, small schools fear for their survival
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Mar 1, 8:56 AM: Harlem high school Principal Roony Vizcaino is trying everything he can this year to attract new students — even driving to middle schools in Washington Heights and the Bronx to drum up interest in his small public >
Enrollment dropped faster than expected at San Diego Unified
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Mar 1, 8:52 AM: The San Diego Unified School District is losing students at a faster pace than school leaders expected, which could spell future financial difficulties.
Private, online and charter schools keep growing as MN public schools lose more students
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Feb 28, 9:37 AM: Minnesota families increasingly choose alternatives to traditional public schools last fall as the coronavirus pandemic entered its third school year.
DISD’s pre-kindergarten enrollment starting to rebound after plunging during pandemic
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Feb 28, 8:23 AM: After being dealt a blow by the coronavirus pandemic, pre-kindergarten enrollment in Dallas ISD has started to rebound.
Denver Public Schools turns to federal COVID-19 relief money to avoid layoffs
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Feb 25, 9:18 AM: Denver Public Schools said Thursday it is using COVID-19 relief money to avoid laying off employees as declining student enrollment cuts into school budgets.
Michigan enrollment ticks up, but pandemic losses continue for city districts
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Feb 25, 9:10 AM: The addition of nearly 6,000 students, or 0.4%, may be a hopeful sign that parents are becoming more comfortable sending their children to classrooms nearly two years after Michigan schools were first shuttered due to COVID, >
Minneapolis Public Schools predicts enrollment decline, budget shortfall
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Feb 23, 6:18 AM: Minneapolis Public Schools is predicting a continued enrollment decline over the next five years, further stretching the district's budget, which was balanced this year with one-time federal funds.
Nearly 2 Million Kids Left Public Schools From 2020 to 2021
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Feb 22, 10:49 AM:

Would you believe that American families want their school-age children spending time in an actual school? As enrollment data continue to trickle in, evidence continues to mount that families have abandoned public schools in >

See which Portland schools, metro districts had big enrollment losses: PPS reports 4% fewer students
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Feb 22, 9:25 AM: Portland Public Schools, like most districts in Multnomah County, saw big declines in its enrollment this school year compared to last, new state figures show.
Portland Public Schools expects to see 3,400 students leave by next school year
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Feb 18, 9:30 AM: Next year, Portland Public Schools said they're going to see a big dip in enrollment, which they said is on par with the rest of the state and country.
Editorial: $323 million in evidence of the failures of NYC’s public-school system
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Feb 16, 9:01 AM: Ouch: The city Department of Education is bailing out schools that have hemorrhaged kids, to the tune of $323 million — so far.
School enrollment down in Louisiana, Orleans Parish
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Feb 15, 9:47 AM: NOLA Public Schools’ enrollment dropped from 45,022 students last spring to 43,982 students in the state’s latest official enrollment count, tallied in October and recently released. Those 1,040 students represent roughly a 2.3 >
Over 1,000 students left Savannah public schools since 2019. Officials expect trend to continue.
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Feb 15, 8:48 AM: Since 2019, the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS) has lost 1,167 students. For the next five fiscal years, the district predicts its student enrollment to decrease because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a decrease in >

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