Fake Addresses

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Some parents who won't wait for their districts to fix ailing public schools are choosing another, more precarious, means for getting their children quality education. Families are faking addresses to get students into better public schools. The practice is risky, and forces children to live in constant fear of being found out. But as Youth Radio's Sophie Simon-Ortiz reports, most families agree it's worth all the hazards.



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