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Live-In Domestic Workers Can Enroll Children Locally
Children of live-in domestic workers will be able to enroll in schools in the districts in which their parents are employed at least three days a week, under a new law signed last week by California Gov. Jerry Brown.
A related measure requires districts to adopt a policy for probing student residency before investigating any student. That law also prohibits videotaping and photographing students in the process.
The bill grew out of a case last year in the Orinda district, in which a 2nd grader whose mother worked as a live-in nanny at a home in the district was expelled. The child lived in the home of her parent's employer, with her own bedroom and bathroom, according to the Contra Costa Times.
Vol. 35, Issue 1, Page 5Published in Print: August 19, 2015, as Live-In Domestic Workers Can Enroll Children Locally