Big changes may be coming to more than two dozen schools in the Fort Worth Independent School District.
Trustees are considering redrawing boundary lines, some of which have been in place since desegregation, and changing the populations of 29 schools in an effort to reduce overcrowding.
If the changes are approved, nearly 2,000 students would be enrolled in other schools. Students would be required to attend the new home school during the next school year unless they were entering their final year at their current campus.
Trustees could adopt the boundary changes during their Feb. 10 board meeting.
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