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“Boundary hoppers”—parents who falsify their residency so their children can attend a particular school—can strain already cash-strapped districts. But short of sending the assistant principal to knock on students’ doors, how can administrators pinpoint wrongfully enrolled students? A new technology-based solution claims it can help.

The online service VerifyResidence.com runs computerized searches to confirm the residency information that parents provide to schools, potentially saving districts time and money, its creator says.

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