The next school year will see Palm Beach County’s biggest one-year increase in charter schools and could significantly change the way publicly financed schools compete for students.
The school district is anticipating 18 new charter schools opening this August, possibly drawing thousands of students from both traditional public schools and existing charters. Some of the new charters are projecting minimum enrollments of more than 1,000 students each.
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