Students returned to classes Monday at the first school in California to invoke the parent trigger law.
A San Bernardino County school district must immediately comply with a previous court order allowing a parents group to convert a failing elementary school into a charter, a Superior Court judge ruled Friday in a case is seen as an important test of California’s “parent trigger” law.
Parents of an under-performing elementary school in Southern California Tuesday night voted against a petition to take over the school using the new Parent Trigger Law.
A group of Compton parents is vowing to continue a drive to force the local school district to convert a struggling elementary school to an independent charter despite the school board’s rejection of their petition.
Some parents are denouncing the Compton Unified School District’s policy on verifying signatures on a petition calling for an underperforming elementary school to be turned into a charter school.
A group of Compton parents is taking schooling into their own hands.