Areas that could be affected by proposed changes to D.C.’s elementary school boundaries

  • Proposed zone boundaries

  • Areas of change

D.C. officials are floating a proposal to redraw elementary school boundaries. The map reflects some updates already in practice due to school consolidation. Others are meant to adjust for schools that are overcrowded or underused, or to address travel and safety issues. Descriptions of the changes featured here are from the District. The map is in a package of proposals including options for feeder patterns into middle and high schools; options for replacing feeder patterns with lottery admissions; and choice options for attending school outside of a student’s home area. Read the related article for more details.

D.C. officials are floating a proposal to redraw elementary school boundaries. The map reflects some updates already in practice due to school consolidation. Others are meant to adjust for schools that are overcrowded or underused, or to address travel and safety issues. Descriptions of the changes featured here are from the District. The map is in a package of proposals including options for feeder patterns into middle and high schools; options for replacing feeder patterns with lottery admissions; and choice options for attending school outside of a student’s home area. Read the related article for more details.

  • Proposed zone boundaries

  • Areas of change

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Maps and descriptions from Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education, The Urban Institute, 21st Century School Fund