Growth is stagnant in the Clark County (Nev.) district, but some school still are too crowded

Jan. 19, 2012
Overall, the district has enough classroom space, but it's not in the right places

From The Las Vegas Sun: The Clark County (Nev.) school district no longer is seeing rapid enrollment growth. It has plenty of seats available for its 308,000 students, but the empty seats aren’t in all the right places. Certain areas are experiencing growth as some families move into more affordable or foreclosed homes. Consequently, some schools have lots of empty seats and others have so many students that there aren’t enough lockers or textbooks to go around.

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