Some public school administrators and teachers are beginning to get creative because of limited space. Subjects like music and art have to be taught room-to-room using a cart to transport supplies because there are not enough classrooms to designate to these valuable programs. This is not a desirable temporary fix, and certainly not a long-term solution. Another solution is shifting students from one school to another; taking them out of a learning environment with which they are familiar and tossing them into an entirely new situation.
Overcrowding of students can create a need for not only more classrooms, but also cafeteria space, restrooms, locker rooms, library space, laboratories, and more. So, how are schools handling this dilemma?