On this episode of Students Over Systems, Kelley Williams-Bolar, an educator, mother, and No More Lines fellow, shares her story of being jailed after enrolling her children in a nearby public school. Kelley used her father’s home address to enroll her daughters in a safe and high-performing school not far from her home in Akron, Ohio. The school district hired a private investigator to follow her, leading to Kelley and her father being charged with felonies for “stealing” education. Kelley’s story reveals the real-life consequences of policies currently in place in 24 states that make it a crime for families to enroll their children in a public school using a shared address.