"There Goes the Enrollment: High Rents Are Changing the Face of Crowded L.A. Neighborhoods: Schools are Feeling the Effects." By Nancy Cleeland. IN: Los Angeles Times. (June 11, 2006) 2 p.
Full Text at: www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-enroll11jun11,0,785496,print.story?coll=la-home-headlines
["Public school enrollment is dropping fast in some of the most notoriously crowded neighborhoods of Los Angeles as soaring rents and property values displace low-income, mostly immigrant families.... An analysis, grouped by ZIP Codes, found an unmistakable pattern: Families with children are leaving the city's core.... Lower enrollments bring the gift of more manageable playgrounds and even a spare room or two. But they also raise concerns for those being pushed out and for the long-term future of the schools."]