Several dozen elementary schools with scores higher than the state's target for academic success have been placed on a list of 1,000 "low-achieving schools." Being on the list gives parents the right to remove their children and enroll them in higher-performing schools anywhere in the state, EdSource Extra reports. The designation of these schools as "low achieving" is the unintended outcome of the Open Enrollment Act, which was meant to give parents at some of the state's lowest-performing schools greater choice as to where to enroll their children. Until passage of the law, transferring to schools in another...

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