Common Enrollment Not the Solution

From the Oakland Post:
DEBATE GROWS OVER OUSD “COMMON ENROLLMENT” PROPOSAL
Kim Davis, an Oakland parent and co-founder of OUSD Parents United, says she has attended two community meetings sponsored by the district about common enrollment and is not impressed with the proposal.
“They talk about what is wrong with the current enrollment system, but the system they have designed will not solve most of the problems they identified.”
Charter schools that “cream” off the top students can continue to do so, she said, because they do not have to join the new system. The charter schools that do participate do not have to follow district enrollment priorities, but are free to continue to set their own admission policies.
In addition, Davis objects to OUSD’s community outreach. “This isn’t authentic engagement. It’s more like they have decided what they want, and they want us to want it, too.”

http://postnewsgroup.com/blog/2015/11/27/debate-grows-ousd-common-enrollment-proposal/

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