Proposed changes to the way Boston assigns students to schools could force thousands of children already attending schools to move to new ones in two years, stirring unease among parents and prompting school officials to quickly seek a remedy. Many parents say the prospect of having to go through the public school lottery again after growing comfortable with their schools, which often were not their top choices, fills them with dread.
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