The plan to close 20 city schools, including Spingarn High School, could lead to an overhaul of the attendance zones and feeder patterns that have been in place since the 1970s. Dunbar, Eastern and Woodson would absorb Spingarn’s enrollment, but the most contentious change would be to the Wilson boundary, which is over capacity but the best-performing high school in the system. Read related article.

Sources: DCGIS, DC schools | The Washington Post November 25, 2012
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