Paying to attend an out-of-district high school

March 31, 2008
Some parents in Washington, D.C., pay thousands to send children to school in Maryland and Virginia

Among families of certain means in Washington, D.C., the start of high school creates a dilemma: send your child to a flawed neighborhood school, apply to private schools or move? Dozens of families choose another option: paying tuition for their children to attend schools in other counties or states under a rule that allows public schools to accept students from other jurisdictions—for a price.

Click here to read The Washington Post article.

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