After Enrollment Dips, US Public Schools Hope for Fall Rebound


Public school districts that lost enrollment during the pandemic are looking to the fall to see how many family stick with the education choices they made over the last year enrollment in public preschool to twelfth grade dropped by two point six percent across forty one states last fall an analysis by Chalkbeat and the Associated Press found that enrollment declines very by students race and ethnicity more than four percent among white students and one point five percent among Hispanic students sustained drops in enrollment could ship the demographics of America's public schools if enrollment doesn't recover public schools that lose students could eventually see funding cuts researchers are tracking demographics to see who returns and in Roman ships will carry longer term implications I'm Jennifer king

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