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Should schools have boundaries, or should families be allowed to attend any school they wish?


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user5443323 February 16, 2014

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My son has attended both models, and he's done well. However I think without boundaries it is harder for students to bond and have those memories we all had with our "best friend from kindergarten" stories.


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morrisessel August 15, 2013

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families should be allowed to any school because they want to learn. Schools have boundaries to protect them from harm


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eccentriclady1 July 12, 2013

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Families should be allowed to attend any school they wish. Children would have a better opportunity to have their talents edified, work at a challenging level, and have a clear description of what they are learning in class.


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pcn1965 February 17, 2013

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Heck no. another poster had exactly right, there's a reason people move out of poor school districts and into good ones, to get away from the ones who dont care and will drag their kids down with them.


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rendrag February 8, 2013

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Absolutely NOT. Kids from bad areas infiltrate the good schools. Then kids whose parents moved into that district and are paying the higher taxes end up terrorized by the kids who clearly have no respect for their education.


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tkilpatr February 8, 2013

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I believe that families should be able to attend the school of their choosing. school districts should handle choice options responsibly by not allowing an overcrowded situation in any school. Class and school size limits should be better enforced.


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Urztruely7310 February 5, 2013

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families should be allowed to attend any school they wish


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theduster January 23, 2013

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I disagree with the idea that we can’t let them move because not all kids have the option of moving. The idea that if a parent is willing to take their kids to a different school because they like it better then more power to them. That being said a little competition will help schools become more attractive to parents to bring their kids plus schools would start specializing in certain areas or disciplines that would create a demand for their school. Plus not allowing children to go to a different school until a problem arises is ridiculous and maybe a change of scenery is all it would do to avoid the issues in the first place. If schools have no demand then close them and give the resources to the schools that have the demand so that they can grow upon which makes them in demand. Just my thoughts.


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growcliffe January 8, 2013

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Yes.Theres nothing wrong with a little overlap; BUT if all the kids decided to go to just 2 or 3 high performing, highly rated, well run schools-what would happen to those other county schools, teachers, and kids who could not or chose not to change?


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wateverok December 18, 2012

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i feel the same way!!! i feel are children should be allowed to go to another school they like and learn.




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