For years, the percentage of teenagers who attend their neighborhood high school hovered around 50 percent. But since the district has increased school options, primarily charter schools, that percentage has fallen and is now just 38 percent. As a result, principals scramble to find students and district officials admit that they need to take a hard look at the role of these schools—many of which are struggling academically.

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