A growing number of Colorado students are crossing district boundaries to enroll in school. More than 66,000 students – or 8 percent of the state’s student enrollment – are choicing out of district this year, according to state records released Jan. 11.
Read the EdNews’ story “More students choicing out of district.”
To see the stats for your district, click on the name in the box below. You can see results for more than one district by hitting your “Ctrl” button and clicking on the name of each district you’d like to see. Click “Details” for more information about students choicing out.
Online Database by Caspio //
Click here to load this Caspio Online Database.For more detailed information, check out the spreadsheets “Districts serving non-resident students” and “Students attending public schools not in parent’s district of residence” on the Colorado Department of Education’s fall 2010 enrollment data page.
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