San Diego anticipates enrollment drop for seventh straight year; charters offered space in district facilities

Feb. 14, 2007
District may lose $12 million in state aid because of enrollment drop.

San Diego public school enrollment is expected to decline for the seventh straight year in September. That could lead to a loss of more than $12 million for the state's second largest school district. A report to the school board shows that district enrollment, including charter schools, will drop by 2,048 students to 129,767.

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RELATED: Seventeen charter schools serving about 6,000 students have been offered building space for the next school year at 10 San Diego public school campuses. Under the San Diego Unified School District's plan, some charter schools will have to pair up and others split their operations in two locations.

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