Making space in one of the nation’s fastest growing districts

Enrollment at Rutherford County Schools in central Tennessee rose from 29,600 in 2003-04 to 41,000 this year

Registration Gateway

This paperless solution simplifies and automates student registration, enrollment and information tracking. Supporting documents, such as birth certificates and driver’s licenses, are scanned directly into the student’s digital folder. Reminders for parents to supply missing information are automatically distributed. It also integrates with PowerSchool and other major SIS systems.

International students boost U.S. enrollment

Michigan district uses online advertising to attract out-of-state students

When residents of Macomb County, Mich., tune into Pandora internet radio, they may be surprised to hear ads selling something quite different from landscaping, new cars or home repair services.

Sharpening school marketing

A Michigan district’s ad blitz aims to attract students beyond its borders

Jump in enrollment prompts plan for Minneapolis schools

The Minneapolis Public School District is expected to grow by more than 3,000 kids over the next five years.

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Record number of students packing Las Vegas schools

The Clark County School District, the fifth-largest in the nation, is faced with a student crowding issue at many of its elementary schools, which are estimated to be about 15 percent over capacity this year.

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No strike, but Seattle schools struggling with new software

The start of the school year in Seattle may not have been disrupted by a teachers strike, but the introduction of a new software program is causing problems for many students and their families.

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Palm Beach County school enrollment: Charters up, district down

When offered a choice, Palm Beach County parents are increasingly opting to place their children in charter schools to obtain a public education.

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Enrollment plunges in Central New York schools, spurring some to think merger

The vast majority of districts in six Central New York counties will start school this week with fewer students than they had a decade ago.

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