Declining school enrollment may have an enormous impact on California’s proposed $15 billion school construction bond, Proposition 13, on the March 3 ballot.
California Department of Education’s data show total K-12 enrollment has been dropping for several years.
And the Department of Finance projects further loss of 258,000 kids by 2027-28.
Most of that decline will be concentrated in the six Southern California counties from Ventura to San Diego as well as in Santa Clara County, the heart of Silicon Valley.
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