Residency rule near for Arizona students
All parents of students attending preschool through 12th grade in Arizona public schools will need to fill out new forms showing proof of residency for the upcoming school year.
The forms meet Arizona Department of Education requirements that determine whether a student lives in the state. That is determined by the residency of the parent or guardian with whom the student lives.
The requirements and forms were distributed to public schools in the fall and are based on a new law passed by the Legislature during the last session, said Andrew LeFevre, a spokesman for the state Department of Education.
The Tucson Unified School District - the city's largest school district - serves more than 31,000 Hispanic students. The district receives on average $4,900 per student each year in state funding.
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