In over-subscribed schools, who ultimately made the decision as to which children were able to enrol? How did this effect concentrate the negative impacts of parental choice?
Answer: If the student is disagreed to enrol in the school on the basis of oversubscription. In that condition, parents are only allowed to give the preference to the state for enrolment their children in schools. Hence it is not sure that in which location student get a place at school.
This put the negative impact on both parents and students because it put extra stress on them. It creates the extra financial burden on parent due to distant location of schools and oversubscription of schools, learning of their children become a difficult task for the parent.
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