This chart shows how replacement schools within shuttered school buildings admit students. Nearly all closed schools used to admit students via neighborhood attendance boundaries. This sortable spreadsheet shows how all schools now admit students. Many of the replacement schools do not guarantee seats for students in the neighborhood. Some rely on test scores or consider other achievement factors or interviews for admissions (“Selective”). Others admit students based on lottery (“Lottery”). Some schools still admit all students who live within a defined attendance boundary (“Neighborhood”). Neighborhood schools often add open admissions if they do not fill up with attendance-area children.