In Texas, charter growth may be hastening drop in school enrollment

01/10/2005 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

The Dallas Morning News' analysis of enrollment figures suggests that in Houston and southern Dallas, the growth of charter schools is causing district enrollment overall to decline. Dallas Interim Superintendent Larry Groppel wonders how charters can be allowed to operate at a time of deficits and school closures.

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