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Above: A kindergarten student raises her hand in a dual-language immersion class.
For the first time in two decades, California’s K-12 enrollment dropped under 6 million students, a sure sign that many students did not return after the pandemic. But within the state, there was movement: sharp enrollment declines in coastal counties – the rural north and urban Los Angeles and Orange County, where housing prices outpaced incomes – and sharp increases inland, as families moved east to bigger lots and cheaper homes. New data for the 2021-22 school year dashed any hopes of a rebound. And demographers project even more loss by 2030, even with a post-pandemic recovery.
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Para leer en español, haz clic aquí. The 1st ‘Community Conversation’ will take location at the position of the shooting—East Large School—on Thursday, April 28th. Four other roundtable discussions will observe at other Des Moines high educational facilities: Lincoln Large College – Might 2nd Roosevelt Large School – Could 3rd Hoover […]