D.C. Has Failed To Enforce Residency For Public School Students, Audit Finds

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Apr 18, 12:00 AM

D.C. Has Failed To Enforce Residency For Public School Students, Audit Finds

D.C. Inspector General Daniel Lucas says the city has broadly fallen short in its enforcement of the law that requires that students prove they are D.C. residents to attend traditional public and public charter schools free of charge, and has also failed to collect required tuition when non-resident students are either admitted to D.C. schools or are found to have faked their residency to take advantage of free schooling.

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