Tag: enrollment trends

Florida PreK-12 enrollment grows for seventh consecutive year

Private school preK-12 enrollment ticked upward for the seventh year in a row, reaching 370,116 students in 2017-18, according to a new report from the Florida Department of Education. Florida’s private school enrollment peaked at 381,346 students in 2003-04 before declining for seven consecutive years. This past year, enrollment grew[Read More…]

Catching up on nationwide private school enrollment trends

Editor’s note (Aug. 23): This post contains significant updates and corrections. The original version erroneously reported a drop in private school enrollment between 2013 and 2015. The error occurred because it compared 2013 data that included Pre-K students with 2015 data that did not. We regret this mistake. The revised[Read More…]

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Putting Florida’s private school choice participation in perspective

Florida may be home to the largest private-school choice program in the nation, but its level of participation ranks no. 3 in the country, according to new data from the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice. The no. 1 state (Arizona) should come as no surprise. The no. 2 state (Vermont) might,[Read More…]