Missed projections crowd schools, frustrate parents

The first days back to school for thousands of metro Atlanta students were chaotic this year because of administrators’ miscalculation of how many teachers they would need.

Classes were overcrowded and schedules had to be changed to accommodate a steady stream of unexpected students.

Projecting enrollment is an inexact science, administrators admit. But they are rarely this far off.

Read today’s Atlanta journal constitution to see how the missed projections affected your local schools.

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