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Old 09-06-2013, 02:25 PM
 
Location: Silicon Valley, CA
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I read somewhere that if you move into or live in an underperforming school district, you can send your kids to the next closest district. Obviously, there would be a lot of details involved in such a program. However, I cannot find where I initially read it and I need far more detail than what I have now. Does anyone have any detail on this program? Does it exist? What is the name of the program? What are the criteria? Any information or a point in the right direction would be helpful.

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Old 09-06-2013, 03:04 PM
 
Location: Where the mountains touch the sky
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Don't know about underperforming, but mostly it is based on distance. If you live in a school district where the kids would have to be bussed over so many miles, (I think it is 30, but not sure) the district may opt to allow you to send your kids to a school in another district and pay tuition if the school there is closer.

Jefferson county does this a lot with the high school located in Boulder, but most of the kids are 20+ miles away in Montana City, so the district pays a tuition, (usually far below the actual cost paid by taxpayers in the district) and sends the kids about 5 miles to the high school in Helena.

That happens a lot in Montana where school districts may be huge and the kids would have to be on a buss for 2+ hours per day.
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Old 09-06-2013, 05:27 PM
 
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It is a part of the "No child left behind" legislation. If your District fails to make annual yearly progress for a certain number of years in a row (I believe 3 years), then the District will notify you about your options.
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