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Arlington enrollment boom means higher costs, new boundaries

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The Arlington Public Schools chief has asked for a 4 percent budget increase to handle the nearly 1,000 extra students the already overcrowded school system expects to enroll next school year. The 4.3 percent boost in enrollment is expected to cost the school system an additional $10 million, including the costs of additional trailers to house the students at packed schools. Superintendent Pat...

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