“Students must be allowed to attend their local schools. It is very important that the Legislature pass my constitutional amendment, SCR-67, to protect this right for New Jersey families,” said Bramnick (R-21). “Mediators working on a settlement for the State should not compromise the right of students to attend their neighborhood schools.”
Senator Bramnick’s constitutional amendment, SCR-67, would prohibit any student from being compelled to attend a public school other than the one nearest to their residence. New Jersey is currently attempting to settle a lawsuit with plaintiffs in a case that could take away the right to send children to their local schools.