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Proposition H earned its spot on the ballot through the collection of signatures on initiative petitions. 7,168 signatures were required (5% of the total number of people who voted for mayor in 2007).
  
 
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Revision as of 10:26, 2 October 2011

A San Francisco Policies for Assigning Students to Schools Amendment, Proposition H is on the November 8, 2011 ballot for voters in San Francisco.

If Proposition H is approved, it will become an official policy of the City of San Francisco to encourage San Francisco Unified School District to give the highest priority to assigning each student to the school closest to the student's home.

Ballot text

The question on the ballot:

PROPOSITION H: "Shall it be City policy to encourage the San Francisco Unified School District to change its student assignment system so that it places the highest priority on assigning each student to the school closest to home, after placing siblings in the same school?"[1]

Path to the ballot

Proposition H earned its spot on the ballot through the collection of signatures on initiative petitions. 7,168 signatures were required (5% of the total number of people who voted for mayor in 2007).

External links


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