Friday, May 8, 2020

The power of choice: 1 in 3 Nashville public school students opt out of neighborhood schools

The Tennessean - More than 1 in 3 students — about 32,000 of the 86,300 children enrolled this year — commute to a public school outside of their designated neighborhood zone. Those figures do not include families that have chosen a private school, home school or moved out of the county to enroll in another school district. ….

..., Hume Fogg High School had 425 applicants for just 91 open slots this year. …… At Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School, for example, nearly 50% of students zoned for the school chose other public schools,.... (link to the article)

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