Broward Schools enrollment down by 3,000 students—so school leaders consider ‘tough decisions’

Broward Schools’ superintendent and staff toured several county schools Monday as the district is trying to figure out how they will deal with under-enrollment as fewer families with children are choosing Broward as their home.

School leaders hopped on a school bus to tour the schools they called repurposed, or buildings that could soon be closed or sold. The Broward superintendent warned parents that tough decisions will have to be made, though there’s no plan yet — but it could include some kids getting transferred out of their school.

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