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Where did the students go?

The Importance of Resident Based Research Especially This Fall Our firm is preparing for a new year of student forecasting, development research, rezoning and GIS support as client districts are preparing for opening during the Covid-19 pandemic. The pandemic is on everyone’s mind with questions of how they are going to help get the kids up and running for the new school year. During recent conversations, clients have mentioned the disappearance of students this spring and in [...]

Where did the students go?2020-08-25T06:42:09-07:00

Texas School District Needed Forecasting Software and Services

Red Oak ISD Works With Davis Demographics in Texas. "The downside of using other demographics services is that we didn't have the capability to use the data to answer the questions ourselves," said Red Oak ISD's Kevin Freels. "We didn't have the capability to using our own data until we met Davis," said Kevin, using Davis Demographics' software and SchoolSite Locator "allows you to be 'hands on" with help." Red [...]

Texas School District Needed Forecasting Software and Services2020-08-13T13:28:05-07:00

Pennsylvania School “Close to Home” With School Consultant

Manhiem School District Achieves School Forecasting Goals. "I was impressed with Lorne's ability to know really what was going on," said Bryan Howett, COO of Manheim Central School District, in Manheim, Pennsylvania. "He knew about some projects that were in planning departments that i didn't know about," added Bryan. Initially, some the Manheim administrators and board members had reservations about using a school forecasting consultant across the country from Pennsylvania. [...]

Pennsylvania School “Close to Home” With School Consultant2020-08-13T13:28:55-07:00

Enrollment Growth for ECISD in Texas

Odessa Schools Plan for Massive Growth. Davis Demographics was cited in the following article for a study conducted, "An infusion of growth, particularly at the middle and high school levels, is coming over the next 10 years for Ector County Independent School District, a recent demographic study by Davis Demographics shows. The study had a 1 percent variance." Read the Article

Enrollment Growth for ECISD in Texas2020-08-13T13:29:17-07:00
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