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Judge can’t specify school attendance zone (access required)

School boards, not judges, have the final say on which school a child attends, the Supreme Court of Virginia ruled Tuesday in a case from Fairfax County. A circuit judge had ordered the county school board to enroll children in a particular school as part of a custody proceeding, but the Supreme Court vacated the order ...

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