Changes Could Be Coming to San Francisco's School Lottery System

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Next week, two members of the San Francisco Board of Education will introduce a resolution to scrap the city's current lottery system in favor of a more predictable and transparent system. The resolution's sponsors say change is needed to reduce racial and socioeconomic segregation and to make the system easier for parents to navigate. We'll hear about the proposed changes and get your reactions. How you would change the district's school assignment system?

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Katrina Schwartz, staff writer for MindShift, KQED's education blog

Matt Haney, commissioner, San Francisco Board of Education