Redistricting Feedback
The Durham Public Schools Board of Education adopted guiding principles in 2011 for redrawing attendance lines for our schools. Because some of our schools are overcrowded and others under-enrolled, DPS and the school board have begun a redistricting study. Redistricting would not take place before the 2018-19 school year.

The first step in the process is to revisit the guiding principles to see if they should be changed. Revised guiding principles will direct DPS staff in its work to develop an equitable redistricting plan that supports high-quality education for all students.

Please read the guiding principles and share your opinions about what needs to be kept, changed, or discarded.

2011 Guiding Principles - Student Assignment (Non-Magnet)
- Utilize school facilities effectively (at least 85% utilized)
- Promote diversity
- Consider K-12 feeder pattern
- Consider student stability
- Consider levels of transportation available
- Consider impact on student performance
2011 Guiding Principles - Magnet Programs
- Utilize school facilities effectively (at least 85 % utilized)
- Promote school diversity
- Provide diverse and relevant program offerings throughout the district that meet student interest and provide expanded learning opportunities
- Consider K-12 feeder pattern
- Consider levels of transportation available
- Consider program continuity across grade levels
- Consider impact on student performance
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