The district’s numbers showing which schools enroll the most neighborhood students are stark: Schools in wealthier areas are doing far better at attracting their own neighbors than schools in poorer neighborhoods.

Statement: “It’s based on the most recent report that was presented to the committee that said that zero — zero — has been spent on major repair and replacement projects,” Lutar said during the Sept. 29 debate with school board member Scott Barnett. Determination: Misleading