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Cost of Richmond schools rezoning expected by the end of September

Justin Mattingly from The Richmond Times Dispatch reports:

Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Jason Kamras said Tuesday that school officials are in the process of developing the cost of implementation for the rezoning, including the plans to combine several elementary school zones in the name of improving student diversity. Kamras said the school system aims to have those figures — and other implementation factors — determined by the end of September.

The timeline for the rezoning process calls for the School Board, which has the power to vote on new zones, to vote on them by the end of the calendar year. Parts of the South Side and East End are virtual locks to be redrawn and implemented by the start of the 2020-21 school year because of new schools opening in those areas, but new zones for the rest of the city could have a delayed implementation.

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