The city of Coral Gables is considering spending $4.2 million to purchase seats for residents at West Lab, a popular magnet school that is currently open to anyone in Miami-Dade. Coral Gables wouldn't be the first wealthy city in South Florida to use money and influence to shape local public school options.
The city of Coral Gables is considering spending $4.2 million to purchase seats for residents at West Lab, a popular magnet school that is currently open to anyone in Miami-Dade. Coral Gables wouldn't be the first wealthy city in South Florida to use money and influence to shape local public school options. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@miamiherald.com
The city of Coral Gables is considering spending $4.2 million to purchase seats for residents at West Lab, a popular magnet school that is currently open to anyone in Miami-Dade. Coral Gables wouldn't be the first wealthy city in South Florida to use money and influence to shape local public school options. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@miamiherald.com

Want your kids in the best public schools? Wealthy cities look to buy a way in

August 04, 2017 06:30 AM

UPDATED August 04, 2017 06:30 AM

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