This move comes as the district switches to a budget plan financed directly by the city's wealthy tax base instead of with state money based on enrollment. The state allots $6,239 for each nonresident student.
"What is wrong with me saying, 'We have to save our resources for residents?"' said Beverly Hills school board Vice President Lisa Korbatov. "Our police do not respond to neighboring cities if someone is mugged or assaulted."
Beverly Hills would end outside enrollment next school year. The plan would affect 484 children. The board will vote next month.