Mid-Missouri schools discuss open enrollment

Plan could come up again in Missouri legislature

While the coming legislative session still is nearly two months away, several Mid-Missouri school officials already are bracing for the possibility of lawmakers again discussing open enrollments.

Open enrollment is the idea that a student living in one district could attend a school in a different district, without needing to pay out-of-district tuition, as current law requires.

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In 2010, both the House and Senate received bills that would have allowed some form of open enrollment, but none made it out of one house and to the other.

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