First-grade teacher Morgan Perry gets her class ready to head to lunch at Cardinal Charter Academy in Cary. Increasing competition from charter schools and home schools is causing the Wake County school system to scale back the number of new students it expects to receive during the next decade.
First-grade teacher Morgan Perry gets her class ready to head to lunch at Cardinal Charter Academy in Cary. Increasing competition from charter schools and home schools is causing the Wake County school system to scale back the number of new students it expects to receive during the next decade. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
First-grade teacher Morgan Perry gets her class ready to head to lunch at Cardinal Charter Academy in Cary. Increasing competition from charter schools and home schools is causing the Wake County school system to scale back the number of new students it expects to receive during the next decade. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

Wake schools lower enrollment growth projections

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