Only one in 19 Chicago children able to leave struggling schools

08/28/2003 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

School officials are buried in a flood of applications from more than 19,000 children hoping to transfer to 1,035 slots at better-performing schools. The city will use a computerized lottery to give first choice to children with the lowest test scores and household income.

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