Interdistrict Public School Choice Program

The Interdistrict Public School Choice Program is a program designed to expand educational choices for New Jersey students by providing them with the option of attending a school district outside their district of residence without cost to their parents and paid for by the state of New Jersey. Districts must apply to participate and must designate open seats by grade where they will accept non-resident students. Each year the New Jersey Department of Education selects the choice districts from those districts that have submitted an application. Acting Education Commissioner Chris Cerf recently announced that the program will be expanded to include 56 new districts, bringing the total number of participants up to 71.

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