The city Department of Education has long hailed its pandemic performance as a “gold standard” — but an increasing number of parents appear to disagree.
The nation’s largest school district shed 43,000 kids this year — or 4 percent of overall enrollment, according to preliminary DOE figures.
With birth rates shrinking and charter popularity rising, city school enrollment has been eroding for years.
But this year’s drop — accelerated by ongoing…
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