Dallas School Enrollment Down Sharply After Week One


Dallas ISD superintendent Michael Hinojosa remains optimistic even though enrollment is down sharply from projections.

At the end of the first week of online-only classes, the student population was 12% lower than expected.

If that does not improve, it could mean the loss of millions of dollars in state funding.

But Hinojosa tells a local area newspaper he believes students will return to school, especially once on-campus learning returns by October 5th.