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No additional Mandarin immersion Kinder in Lake Oswego, Oregon

February 14, 2012

The Lake Oswego School District looks poised to offer transfer spots at its high schools next year, as board members on Monday unanimously approved continuing to develop a strategy implementing a new open enrollment law.

Under House Bill 3681, school districts must decide by March 1 whether to allow out-of-district students to freely transfer into their schools. Districts can decide which schools and grades can accept students.

Some districts consider the bill, which now prohibits districts from refusing to allow a transfer out of its schools, a financial gamble. If a district refuses to open its borders and offer open enrollment spots, students may still transfer into their schools through inter-district agreements.

Lake Oswego Superintendent Bill Korach has mentioned offering open transfer spots in Lake Oswego and Lakeridge high schools, which could help balance out the disproportionate populations among the two buildings.

Please read more here. (the mandarin bit is at the end)

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