Dc school lottery results
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If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.In D.C., parents use a lottery to try and get their kids into the public school of their choice. The system has been hailed for being user-friendly, but evidence is mixed as to whether it helps bring equity to the school system.
School Lottery Results are Posted!
The DC school lottery results are up on My School DC as of 10 p.m. tonight. It’s a moment to look forward, even though the future may seem far away right now. I hope you have good news.
To figure out how your wait-list spots might play out, check out the historical data at My School DC Seats and Waitlist Offer Data. This shows the waitlist length on results day, and the total number of wait-list offers made by June, August and October for each school/grade.
A few conversations about lottery results are going on now on the DC Public and Public Charter Schools forum on DC Urban Moms.
Here are blog posts from Capitol Hill Kid about the school lottery from over the past year:
In case you missed it:
Follow Capitol Hill Kid: Facebook | TwitterThe DC school lottery results are up on My School DC as of 10 p.m. tonight. It's a moment to look forward, even though the future may seem far away right now. I hope you have good news. To figure out how your wait-list spots might play out, check out the historical data at My… ]]>