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Why it Matters: It can be argued that there is a correlation between enrollment loss and fiscal health. Enrollment loss can be caused by many factors (economy, demographics, migration, etc.,) and thus changes the amount of revenue provided by the state from their allocation of Foundation Allowance (FA). This Enrollment indicator measures enrollment change. School Districts can manage a trivial loss in enrollment. If a district lost enrollment more than -2.7%, then it scores a 1, otherwise it is assigned a 0. A chronic trend in enrollment declines is a sign of fiscal distress. For this reason, the indicator score is based on three years of enrollment change. (n050) (o97)

Data Source: The school district financial data comes from two sources. Historic data is provided by downloads from the Michigan Department of Education, Center for Educational Performance and Information (CEPI) Financial Information Database (FID). Future data is loaded by the respective school district financial department. (n040)

Enrollment Numbers Per Year for Flint Metro League

District Name20052006200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018
Brandon Public Schools365636973663357034683396336032853194298628462733
Clio Area School District355935363564349934393447361336463494328631963169
Fenton Area Public Schools374137133665362735013520348435283509345533933379
Flushing Community Schools447445014565449343334342436342234127409639904081
Holly Area School District42234204418440693975385437393530342133953331335432873308
Kearsley Community School District395238923759371236093384319231473269326531663063
Linden Community Schools300230663078307330633036299029732964293128662836
Swartz Creek Community Schools421942384259423841684031397639603992399039443868