S.F. principals campaign for students as home prices soar

06/5/2007 | San Francisco Chronicle

As San Francisco real-estate prices boom, the city's schools are losing some 800 middle-class children yearly, and schools are competing for remaining students with arts-in-schools programs and language-immersion classes. Some principals are knocking on doors, targeting communities for potential students that may keep their schools' doors from closing.

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