When schools lose kids, parents get more than they expected

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By Stephanie Kuehl, Bloomberg Businessweek/CNNMoneyThe future of schools, it turns out, isn’t so bright.

In some ways, that’s a good thing: A recent study from The Atlantic found that parents spent a lot more money than expected on their kids’ education.

But for many, the costs of school haven’t gone down.

So how can schools keep up with the demand for their students?

That’s the question that’s emerging as more and more schools are closing.

The Atlantic’s Matthew Nussbaum and Jessica Chozick offer some of the lessons from that story in a series of articles coming out in the coming months.1.

The money is there The Atlantic researchers found that the number of students who are going to graduate from high school doubled from 2009 to 2011.

That’s not an outlier.

But it’s not enough to meet the demand.

The authors found that when a school loses a student, it spends far more money to replace him or her.

The average replacement cost per student rose from $12,000 in 2009 to $18,000 by 2012.

That, the authors argue, is a huge waste of money.

As they write: “A typical replacement cost is only $1,500, which is not enough for most students to meet their education goals.”


You have to give them money to stay There are several reasons why parents aren’t willing to invest in the future of their children’s education.

The most common reason is that parents don’t have the money to pay for college.

They don’t want to take on debt and have to put more money toward their childrens education than they would to a good-paying job.

The second most common is that many families don’t qualify for Pell Grants, which would make up the majority of tuition costs for most families.

That means many parents can’t afford to take out student loans.

Finally, there are families who just don’t care enough to spend on their children.

For these families, there’s another option: They can pay for their kids to go to college and then send them to college later on.

The study found that more than half of parents who did not attend college in high school also don’t plan to attend college at all.3.

It doesn’t always work out Parents have to be willing to make that choice for their children and they have to pay a steep price for it.

The cost of a college education can be steep, and the students who go to the school aren’t always ready.

Nussmeier and Chozow find that the average completion rate for the children of parents in the top 1 percent of income earners is less than 40 percent.

That is, if parents are willing to pay more for their child, they can have more than the typical graduate from a high school.4.

The kids need a lot of support But not everyone can afford to put their kids through school.

According to Nussfeld, it takes a lot to make it worthwhile for parents to send their kids there.

For parents who don’t send their children to college, “the cost of sending them to school is a financial burden for families and the state,” he said.

“But it’s also a financial obligation for the state, because it makes it harder to educate the kids and to pay their way through college.”5.

It can take a long time for the students to get ready After graduation, a student can be out of school for up to a year.

And while that can be a bit of a drag on a young person’s life, it can also have a major impact on their ability to meet academic goals.

The students that graduate from college are likely to have higher levels of achievement later in life, even when they’re still in high schools.

“In high school, if you were a really good student, you were probably a very good student,” said Nussbach, adding that the more experience you have in a given area, the better you are at the next level.

“That’s why I think it’s so important that the students are getting as much help as they can to make up for those years of inactivity.”

And, of course, the students need help getting ready for college as well.

The research shows that students with more experience in an area that they’ll be attending college in don’t lag behind students who don the same coursework.

That also applies to the first year.

“If the students aren’t really ready, they may not have enough time to get prepared for their degree,” Nussbach said.6.

You need to build a network and support networks The students who graduate from school don’t get to go back to school without a network.

They get a college degree, but they don’t just have a school experience.

Nusbach and Chizow found that there is an important network of support networks for students who attend college and have some kind of work experience.

The more of these networks there are, the more likely students