In 1989-90, the Frisco Independent School District north of Dallas was a tiny system of 1,237 students, and 6,354 public school districts in the nation had more students than Frisco. Twenty-five years later, enrollment in the burgeoning district had grown more than 40 times larger. With nearly 50,000 students, it was large enough in 2014-15 to crack the list of the 100 largest school districts in the United States. But the rocketing growth seen in Frisco is a rare occurrence. For the ...
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