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Florida Districts Make Top 10 Lists for Charter Enrollment

National Alliance of Public Charter Schools

Three Florida districts land on two top 10 lists for charter enrollment.

Three Florida districts landed on charter school Top 10 lists, according to a new report from the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.

Orange County tops the nation for growth in charter school enrollment, up 42 percent during the 2010-2011 school year.

Miami-Dade ranked seventh for the total number of students enrolled in charter schools, with 35,380 students. Broward County ranked tenth with 24,150 students in charter schools.

Almost 100 school districts have 10 percent of students enrolled in charters, the report note.

Hat tip to our friends at StateImpact Ohio for noting the report.


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