Fairfax: Rocky End to Schools’ Growth

Maria Glod:

The proposed downsizing of Glasgow — and the anger it has sparked among parents — underscores a dramatic shift in the region’s largest school district, where the rapid student growth of the past decade appears to have come to an abrupt end.
Just four years ago, school officials predicted that there would be more than 171,000 students this year and that the number would continue rising. Now they think the district, the 12th largest nationwide, will max out next school year with 164,725 students.

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  1. This article mentions the West Springield Pyramid Solutions Coaltion (WSPSC), but doesn’t mention that the school board in the Lee, West Springfield and Lake Braddock boundary review wants to move students from undercapacity Lee HS to West Springfield and make West Springfield overcapacity. In light of this article where is the logic? The school system is loosing students why do they need to make one high school overcrowded?

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