School enrollment projections for 2009 show only one elementary or middle school crowded beyond the 115 percent threshold in Howard County's Adequate Public Facilities Law, thanks to two new elementary schools due to open before then. It is an improvement over five years ago, when projections showed 16 overcrowded schools. Do you think Howard's school-crowding problem is solved? If not, what should the county do?
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