Charter school in Washington, D.C., will close

Dec. 23, 2009
Enrollment is too low at City Collegiate Public Charter School
From The Washington Post: A four-year-old charter school in Washington, D.C.,plans to close at the end of June because of falling enrollment and financial concerns. City Collegiate Public Charter School, a middle school in the Dupont Circle neighborhood, had budgeted for 100 students but has only 70. Officials indicated that rapid turnover in school leadership had hurt enrollment.

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