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Florida Prepares for New Open-Enrollment Law

Schools and districts across the state of Florida are preparing for the 2017 rollout of a new law — one of the most unrestricted open-enrollment laws in the country that allows students to cross district lines to go to school.

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Schools and districts across the state of Florida are preparing for the 2017 rollout of a new law – one of the most unrestricted open-enrollment laws in the country that allows students to cross district lines to go to school. Proponents of the law say it gives parents and students greater choice in the public education process, while critics cite a lack of evidence that such programs actually work. (Education Week)

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