District-run schools lost more than 1,000 students this year in Palm Beach County, according to the first enrollment head count done by district officials this week.
But the district’s annual “11th day count” of the student population also showed that the booming population at quasi-public charter schools more than made up for the shrinking traditional schools.
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New students enrolled at charter schools this fall
Student enrollment drop at district-run traditional schools
Source: Palm Beach County School District.