Work-based attendance: A new approach to expanding parental choice in education
School districts could solve a number of problems by offering work-based attendance as an alternative to attendance by neighborhood. Work-based attendance would respond to changes in the structure of family life. It would offer a new approach to integrating public schools. It would help to strengthen the connection between school and work. It would also give parents greater control over their children's schooling.(0pp.)
Hoachlander, E. G., & Choy, S. (1984). Work-based attendance: A new approach to expanding parental choice in education. Phi Delta Kappan, Sept, 57-61.