Parents are upset about San Francisco's school-choice system

08/20/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco's school-assignment system, which aims to maintain diversity in city schools while allowing parents to choose the right school, can be confusing and may be driving middle-class families out of public schools, some say. District officials argue that more than 50% of students are placed in their first-choice school, but some families say they are refused spots in their first seven choices for schools.

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