YES on FOX: Sor⁠t⁠⁠i⁠ng k⁠i⁠ds ⁠i⁠n⁠t⁠o publ⁠i⁠c schools based on household ⁠i⁠ncome ⁠i⁠s ‘⁠i⁠mmoral, d⁠i⁠scr⁠i⁠m⁠i⁠na⁠t⁠ory,’ says advocacy group

February 22, 2024

February 22, 2024

Over 30 organizations are crying foul over public school district boundaries, going as far as calling them “immoral.”

The effort, led by yes. every kid., galvanized the organizations to commit to “ending public school discrimination based on address.”

“Public schools are assigned based on where a kid lives and, de facto, their family’s wealth because education and the housing market are tied together. And so we think that’s immoral. That’s wrong,” yes. every kid. Chief Operating Officer Er⁠i⁠ca Jedynak told Fox News Digital.

Most states restrict parents to schools within their zip code or the school district that presides over their residential area.

Over 30 organizations banded together to form the No More Lines Coalition, which highlights that the system of sorting kids into school districts based on their income promotes “segregation” and ensures that low-income households have fewer quality options.

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