A lottery that determines who gets admitted to schools in Oak Park Unified School District was conducted last week with fewer openings available to out-of-district students than in the past.
Oak Park became a District of Choice in 2004, when shrinking enrollment and a declining economy weakened the state’s education funding.
Superintendent Tony Knight said the district creates a computerized list for students who have a sibling attending an Oak Park school and another list for students without ...
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