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School Board Alters Policy On Admission

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Puhíir X, i missions P1cy for the Ann Arbor IrtSoCarOdOl:fWEadSuSVed by the Am According to the new policy, foreign students nar nge"be accePted the schools unless they Sing P1Dg exchange Programs with official Pvr.h?nlhe PaStl freign students not participating in I exchange programs were accepted on a tuition The new policy also states four requisites-at least one of which must be fulfilled for a student to j be accepted into the public schools: nQ H "A.chi,1.d is a resident who resides with his parents who hve within the district " (2) "A child vvho lives in the district and has been emancipated ís also a resident." (3) "A child is considered a resident who has been placed in a licensed home in the distnct under the order or direction of a court or a child-placing agency;" (4) "A child is also considered a resident whose parents or legal guardián is unable to provide a home for him and who is therefore placed m a licensed home in the district or in the home of a relative living in the district for the I purpose of securing a suitable home for the chüd I and not for an educational purpose." According to previous policy, a child could be I admitted into the public schools if an adult signed I an affidavit swearing to provide "support and I tenance" for the child.