Like it or not, are now schools of choice.
Trenton Board of Education members for kindergarten and first and ninth grades.
The decision came down after a history of to the district. Over the last five years, enrollment has reduced by almost 350 students, resulting in a loss of over $3 million according to interim Superintendent Larry Leapley.
Under limited open enrollment, district officials reserve the right to deny enrollment to students not living in Trenton, who have been suspended in the last two years.
Since Monday's decision, a number of theories and opinions have been passed back and forth by .
Trenton Patch wants to find out where readers stand on what's turning into one of the hottest topics of the year.
Please vote in the above poll and offer some insight into the reason or reasons for your vote in the comment section below.
Tell us what brought you to your decision and what questions or concerns you have with limited open enrollment at Trenton Public Schools.