Enrollment figures show crowding problems in Baltimore County classrooms

Nov. 11, 2011
Elementary buildings are at full capacity

From The Baltimore Sun: Crowding problems in Baltimore County (Md.) schools is getting worse. The district says that elementary schools across the system are now at 100.12 percent capacity. Enrollment is still growing, and at a faster clip than expected. This September, 1,443 more elementary students turned up than last year, far more than the 358 the school system expected. The total school enrollment went from 104,331 to 105,195.

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