Boston Public Schools has unveiled five maps that detail different options the city could adopt in an effor to dramatically change the way in which pre-K through 8th grade students are assigned to schools throughout the city.
The proposals are the latest and perhaps the most significant step forward in the process to improve school choice, urged by Mayor Thomas M. Menino during his State of the City address in January. The overhaul aims to ensure students are attending schools closer to home to help create stronger communities.
Visit the BPS website for more information.
Read a Harvard Study that claims the BPS plans will increase inequity.