In this study done in 2016, student enrollment at San Leandro Unified School District was in a downward spiral and so was their funding. The district needed a way to stabilize enrollment in order to pay teachers, fund programs, and provide much-needed services for student success. With their previous process, families would line up outside for hours to enroll their children. Neighboring districts were taking students through interdistrict transfer, simply because the process was too inaccessible and time-consuming. School administrators then made increasing student enrollment a primary goal and wanted to redesign their process.