Analysis: Georgia district offers lessons on easing crowding

04/24/2006 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

In a look at crowding in Wake County, N.C., schools, the News & Observer finds that Gwinnett County, Ga., successfully used a system of school clusters feeding into large high schools to end the annual reassignments of thousands of students. Parents in the suburban Atlanta community say the schools are big but well-run.

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