D.C. Catholic school conversions may spark trend

03/9/2009 | NYTimes.com

As U.S. parochial schools struggle with declining enrollment and growing financial losses, the conversion of seven Washington, D.C., Catholic schools into charters could become a national model. While the D.C. schools sometimes struggle to keep their mission without religion, the schools' enrollment, teacher salaries and per-pupil spending all have climbed sharply.

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