Public School Enrollment Drops By 1.4 Million Students Posing Financial Challenges For Big Cities

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Enrollment in U.S. public schools saw a one-year drop of 1.4 million in the fall of 2020, hitting a 10-year low of 49.4 million students.

The sudden decline followed annual growth averaging 3 percent for more than a decade.

Although enrollment rebounded slightly in 2021, it remains at its lowest level since 2010 prompting some districts to consider school closures and other cost-saving measures.

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