by Trevor Waddington, DCschoolHUB Founder Here’s a tricky situation: Enrollment at your child(ren)’s school has dwindled in the past 5 years (if you’ve been there that long). The good news: Class sizes are low so your student is getting more individualized attention. You may like it. He/she may not. The bad news: Class sizes are low so your student has fewer cohorts to choose from to be “friends”. You may not like that. He/she really doesn’t like that. What could you do? Some families do the obvious and pursue alternative education options. A lot of the mid-level schools (those not able to charge 30K+ or field an entire boys AND girls soccer team) are losing more and more to the big wigs who have a recognizable name with a sustainable financial future. What should you do?
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