A growing number of Boston parents, worried that potential changes to the way Boston assigns students to schools could split apart siblings, are pushing for a policy that would keep families together. The parents, who are circulating petitions, are upset that school officials intend to “grandfather in” only those students currently enrolled in a school and will not let their younger siblings to attend the same school if their family’s home is no longer in the attendance area.
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