Two Texas districts must address dropping enrollment

Dec. 10, 2007
Irving and Richardson districts see numbers of students decline

In the suburbs of Dallas, Texas, the Irving and Richardson school districts share one problem – declining enrollment. Both are trying to deal with with the decline, which could reduce state funding, delay construction of new schools and even force closures at existing campuses.

Click here to read The Dallas Morning News articles about Richardson and about Irving.

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