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School lottery out – new rules in

by sfishome on March 19, 2010

San Francisco School assignments will be changing beginning Fall 2011 per the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) Board of Education
More at the SFUSD here

Here’s the current assignment criteria
• Extreme Poverty
• Socioeconomic Status
• English Proficiency
• Academic Performance Rank of Sending School
• Academic Achievement Status
Full details of the above here.

Here’s the new version
Elementary schools
1. Siblings already attending the school.
2. SFUSD PreK – students who live in the attendance area of the school and are also
attending an SFUSD PreK program in the same attendance area.
3. CTIP1-students who reside in CTIP1 census tracts.
4. Attendance Area – students who live in the attendance area of the school.
5. Densely populated attendance areas – students who live in attendance areas that do not have sufficient capacity to accommodate all the students living in the attendance area.
6. All other students.

Middle Schools are somewhat similar to Elementary, but right now High Schools don’t have any of the same “attendance area” language, but they say “they’ll try” after the other criteria.

Overall this looks like quite a dramatic change… although I’d like to hear more about what a “CTIP1-student” is and how you get into an “attendance area” SFUSD Pre-K since that’s how it all starts…. speaking as the father of a 1 year old 🙂

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