September 22, 2021


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Categories: Special needs education

Most Kids will Return to In-person Training at Some Location this Fall

DUBLIN, September 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – PreK-12 Enrollment & Demographics, 2021-2022 report has been added to’s offering.

PreK-12 Enrollment & Demographics, 2021-2022 provides data on the PreK-12 student population in the United States, including the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on student education.

COVID-19 has turned the U.S. education system on its head, including the number of children enrolled and where and how those children are studying.

“De-enrollment in which children are missing from school, be it in person or virtual, is a pandemic phenomenon that has an impact on children, families, school systems and society,” said Kathy Mickey, Editor-in-Chief and Senior Analyst. “As traditional education collapsed, we see a growing interest in charter schools, virtual schools, and homeschooling.”

Looking ahead, birth rates, which declined in the U.S. prior to COVID-19, will be another challenge for public schools and funding, which is expected to contribute to a further decline.

Most of the children will be returning to personal education in one place this fall. They will bring more tech gadgets to be distributed during the pandemic, potentially more facilities with technology-based learning, but also learning gaps that educators need to fill.

For companies looking to serve the PreK-12 market in these changing times, the PreK-12 Enrollment and Demographics, 2021-2022 provides information on trends in enrollment in public and private schools, data on subgroups such as English learners, high school students with disabilities and children in poverty, and updates on topics such as preschool enrollment, high school graduation rates, and interest in dual enrollment.

The information in the report includes:

  • Current and planned enrollment in public schools;
  • Tendencies in school enrollment in private schools, also for Catholic schools;
  • Growth of the charter school;
  • Expansion of the virtual school;
  • Surge for homeschooling;
  • Trends in high school graduation rates and dual enrollment;
  • Statistics on English learners;
  • Numbers for students living in poverty and homeless;
  • Data by state.

Key topics covered:


Introduction & methodology

De-registration disrupts education

  • Why and who
  • California illustrates pandemic trends
  • Other examples: Louisiana and Idaho
  • Districts: big and small
  • Where students went and where they leave effects

Public Schools: Numbers & Students

  • Enrollment growth in public schools is slowing
  • Enrollment patterns vary across states
  • Birth rates will affect future enrollments

Effects on enrollment in private schools

  • Private schools face challenges, see opportunity
  • Enrollment in the Catholic school continues to decline
  • Support for school choice is growing

Growing interest in charter schools

  • Characteristics of charter schools

Pandemic Leads to Homeschooling Surve

Virtual schools see a bright future

Graduation rates inch up

Dual matriculation offers opportunities

Decline for students in poverty

  • Students experiencing homelessness

The ELL population continues to grow

Services are provided to students with special needs

PreK progress statuses

More connected students; Expand needs


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