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ERIC Number: ED011187
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-May
Pages: 61
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FACTORS IN FUTURE DISTRICT ORGANIZATION.
Citrus Junior Coll., Azusa, CA.; Melbo Associates, Inc., Los Angeles, CA.
CALIFORNIA HAS ACCEPTED THE CONCEPT THAT ALL SCHOOL DISTRICTS ARE TO BE INCLUDED IN JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICTS. THIS STUDY DETERMINED WHAT EFFECT ANY CHANGE IN THE TERRITORY NOW INCLUDED IN THE CITRUS JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT WOULD HAVE UPON THE SCHOOL'S ENROLLMENTS, BUILDING PROGRAM, AND FINANCIAL STRUCTURE. TOTAL ENROLLMENT IN THE COLLEGE, 1963-64, WAS 4,592. INCREASES IN ENROLLMENT ARE ANTICIPATED IN APPROXIMATELY 500-STUDENT ANNUAL INCREMENTS. BIRTH RATE AND EXPANSION OF THE CITRUS COLLEGE PROGRAM APPEAR TO ACCOUNT FOR THE RISE. THE DATA PRESENTED INDICATE THAT BOTH THE DUARTE AND MONROVIA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTS WOULD BEST BE SERVED BY BECOMING A PART OF THE CITRUS JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT. APPROXIMATELY HALF OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE STUDENTS OF THESE TWO DISTRICTS ARE ALREADY ATTENDING CITRUS COLLEGE. AS A CONDITION OF ANNEXATION, THE BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF THE CITRUS COLLEGE DISTRICT SHOULD BE ASSUMED BY EACH OF THE ANNEXING TERRITORIES. IN ADDITION, CITRUS DISTRICT IS DECREASING IN RELATIVE WEALTH PER ADA AND HAS AN INCREASING RELIANCE ON STATE AID. INCLUDED IN THIS STUDY ARE FREQUENCY TABLES SHOWING ADA, ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS, FINANCIAL COMPILATIONS, AND TUITION COSTS. (HS)
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Authoring Institution: Citrus Junior Coll., Azusa, CA.; Melbo Associates, Inc., Los Angeles, CA.
Identifiers: California (Azusa)