Should parents be able to send kids outside of thier assigned school district for free?
It depends. My niece started in the school district for Kindergarten, then she moved the following year. Her Grammy still lives in the same district and she is the one who usually picks her up from school. My niece going to the school district of town she lives in will make it impossible for her Grammy to take her after school. I see no reason why she should have to go to a different school as long as the parents want to bring her. But it usually makes more sense to go to the school closest to home.
For free? No.
Children should go to their assigned schools, those should however be the closest schools as they were when I was a kid.
If the parents want to send their child to a different school it should either be a private school or they should pay tuition to cover the costs.
Keep in mind that the schools are paid by the number of children they cover so transferring a child negatively effects the assigned school.
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