Thursday, October 10, 2013

As student population grows, so grows diversity

This article explains all the changes taking place in Ohio's and most schools and some of the problems. Along with the struggles, everyone learns about other cultures and that is a VERY good thing.   - - Donna Poisl

By JILL REINHART, Dublin City School District
The Dublin City School District's student enrollment has grown every year for the past 36 years and there is no end in sight to that long-term trend.

In the fall of 1977, district enrollment was 1,899. This fall, enrollment is expected to push toward 15,000 students when the official October count is taken.

During that time, the district has grown from one central campus on Bridge Street, to 20 school facilities located throughout the district's 47-square miles.

Dublin City Schools is the 12th largest in Ohio and has more students enrolled than Dayton City Schools, Canton City Schools, and Youngstown City Schools.
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